Friday, July 08, 2022

Morning Tryst by Ellen Parker


About The Book: During a San Francisco visit, photographer Serena Carter sights arresting potential in the hotel bartender and invites him to model. Later, in San Diego, they meet at a beach, and she discovers his personality as fascinating as the images her camera captures.

Self-made millionaire Zack Sans usually avoids cameras. He prefers the world of scientific laboratories and engineering students. But something intrigues him about the petite photographer.

When realistic Serena accepts an opportunity to photograph Missouri State Parks in all seasons, she expects the budding friendship to die. Will Zack’s ties to Missouri overcome cyberstalking, a wildlife encounter, and opposite views of family?

Our Review:  This is a story of romance between two people of a certain age who, relying on life experiences and past mistakes--or perhaps better phrased as ‘mis-steps’, decide to take things slowly and carefully. Parts of California and Missouri come to life under the author’s hand, giving the reader a look into places most will never have the opportunity to see. Descriptions of setting and a cast of secondary characters are layered and interesting. Well done!

On a scale of 1-5, Morning Tryst earns a 6.

Kat Henry Doran, Wild Women Reviews


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