Length: 23,619 words
Publisher: JMS Books
But when a stunningly handsome and passionate Spanish soccer player named Garbi suddenly crosses his path, Law discovers light in the possibility of love. Does Garbi have the ability to heal Law's shattered heart, provide him with purpose, and help him fully embrace the joy of living once again amidst the beautiful and fragrant lavender fields?
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Let me start out by being perfectly honest... this book didn't really do it for me.
That doesn't mean the book wasn't good. I thought it was pretty good. The fact that the book didn't do anything for me doesn't mean I can't appreciate a good story or good characters.
I think one of the things that kinda turned me off was the mother. Sure she was grieving the loss of her husband, but I couldn't accept her abandoning her son and the family business.
The son carried on the best he could with the help of his best friend and a summer employee.
The whirlwind romance between Law and Garbi was pretty cool, but I found Garbi's injury and wanting to say with Law instead of going with his soccer team was not realistic in my opinion.
I'm confident that others will enjoy reading Lavender.
I give it a 4 out of 5 stars.