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  • Love and life lessons

    I was given this to read for an honest review and I am so glad. Stacy Eaton once again has written a wonderful story that brings to us real life stories that women need to read. After reading this, I’m thinking I need to take a self-defense class. The story begins with Tayla leaving a spa and getting attacked. She is saved by a man, Cam who she had just seen at the spa who was drop dead gorgeous. The story goes on Tayla and her friends taking a self-defense class which helps her gain self-confidence which she is solely missing. Alone the way, she and Cam fall in love. It’s a beautiful love story but with life lessons of what can happen to women walking by themselves. The story was easy to read and fast but as I said, it is full of life lessons with love thrown in.

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  • Title is perfect for story!

    Finding the Strength, a novella by Stacy Eaton, tells the story of a woman who lacks confidence in herself and through her experiences, and the love of a good man, finds her inner strength. The title is well suited to the story and defines the journey the heroine in this story takes from a meek woman, easily intimidated by not only real threats, but perceived challenges to herself, to a strong woman who is not only confident in her abilities, but her feelings for a good man. The author writes in first person point of view, alternating between the heroine, Tayla, and the hero, Cam. I always like being able to see how both parts of a relationship view and understand an interaction. Its nice to see the difference in how a man and a woman will perceive the same situation differently - and that is the root of the relationship between Tayla and Cam. The story is well written with a tight storyline that doesn't feel rushed or incomplete. When reading a novella, I often feel the story needs more depth but I didn't in this story. There is a long period of time (I think about 10 months) that was glossed over, and I did wish to see a little more detail about what was happening in that time, but that is not because it was important to the story, but because I wasn't ready for Tayla and Cam's story to end. This novella is well written and a nice, realistic depiction of a woman learning to find her inner strength through martial arts. Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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