Four Star Review: Internal Conflict by E.A. Stripling
Author Provided Copy
Released: December 7, 2014
Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Romance
Length: 688 pages
It is said that women are driven by love and act solely based on emotions. Sometimes losing themselves in love to the point that they are unrecognizable to even themselves. How do recover from that? Internal Conflict is the story of Olivia Moore, a heart broken department store buyer, who is trying to find herself again after losing the love of her life. Also dealing with loves loss, her roommate Natalie drags Olivia bar to bar against her will trying to convince her that the cure for a broken heart is random hookups with the local bar hunks. As it usually goes love pops up where you least expect it and Olivia is faced with quick witted Victor Montgomery. However due to some poorly choice words on Victors part Olivia writes him off as another jerk. Although Olivia continues to push Victor away he uses his sense of humor and bold sexual advances to finally get Olivia. Fueled by the intensity of their physical relationship and determination to finally get over her ex Olivia starts to learn how to let someone in. That is until a ghost from her past reappears. Now Olivia is stuck somewhere between her past, present and trying to find herself apart from being in love.
Review by Stormi:
I want to say thank you for the opportunity to read and review this book. The main reason I gave this book 4 stars was because I did find a few errors in grammar and spelling throughout the book. It wasn't bad, but the mistakes were there. As for the story it was a very easy read and one that I enjoyed. It had a good mix of seriousness, fun, and romance. I absolutely fell in love with the characters, especially Natalie and her story. I know she wasn't the main character, but she was my favorite. The ending was crazy and left me hanging, (in a good way). I really wish I knew Olivia's choice. I have a feeling, but I'm not sure. Cant wait for another book.