and not looking for love.
and used to getting the girl.
doesn’t try to get close to his heart, that is.
attraction that defies their guarded hearts, they’re soon caught up in secrets,
lust and lies.
as it seems.
Close was a compelling story that really hooked me in with the suspense element that was entwined throughout the story. I enjoyed the storyline of the story and found that it wasn’t similar to anything I have previously read before, making it that much more interesting. I found once I started I couldn’t put it down.
I really enjoyed Clara and the way that she went for the things that she wanted in life and she didn’t care what she had to do to get them.
I enjoyed Lucas very much in the story and I enjoyed the way that he was immediately attracted to Clara. I found Lucas to be highly charismatic and charming throughout the story making him that much more enjoyable to read about.
Close is about two people who are completely different to each other being drawn to each other by the attraction they both feel for each other.
I really enjoyed the two characters in the story and the way that they both don’t know a lot of love and reading how they muddle through their feelings for each other. I enjoy this psychological romance story that many twists and turns throughout it.
When my mother showed me a picture of his body, the thing that struck me first was not how grey he looked, how at odds with his habitual golden glow.
She is a qualified social worker and works part-time as a mental health clinician for young people, and also as a private clinical consultant.
She is particularly interested in the complex things that drive us toward or keep us out of connection with each other: how fragile, how beautiful, how flawed we all are.
Fen lives in Melbourne, Australia with her partner, two children, and Burmese cat.