Book Review: Carry Me Home

Carry Me Home (Off the Map #3.1)
by Lia Riley:
Love doesn’t have to be perfect to be true…

Years ago, Tanner Green loved Sunny Letman. She was meant to be his first kiss, first love, first everything. Then their world spun upside-down and out of control.

Free-spirited Sunny doesn’t do commitment. Sure, guys are great for a night or a week, but she always leaves first. That is, until professional skateboarder and town golden boy, Tanner Green, unexpectedly walks back into her life.

Despite their broken history, a fragile and undeniably electric connection still holds them together. Now Tanner has to convince Sunny that even though love isn’t always perfect, it’s worth sticking around for. . .

TeriLyn's thoughts: I really enjoyed the Off the Map series by Lia Riley and was excited to read this novella. Ms. Riley writes simple love stories where the characters have complicated views on love yet their connections to each other are solid.

In the first 3 books of the series, Tanner Green is mentioned a lot. He intrigues readers because of the circumstances in which we meet him throughout the series. It was nice to see his side of the story and really get to know the true man that he is. Sunny Letman is quite a character. Vivacious and care free, she brings out a side in him Tanner has long since buried.

The hesitance of both these characters shows their vulnerability but the honesty they each possess is their most charming quality. With each other they navigate a spark that was always present for them. It was really short, this book, and easy to read but I wanted a little bit more. The conflict felt rushed as did the ending to their story. But I really like these characters. There's a humor and honestly in this book that makes it great.

If you're a fan of the series, don't skip this novella.

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