Lissa's Review: Like The Wind by J. Bengtsson
REVIEWER PURCHASE PUBLISHER: J. Bengtsson RELEASED: April 16, 2019 GENRE: NEW ADULT, ROMANCE LENGTH: 335 pages FORMAT: EBOOK, PAPERBACK, AUDIBLE
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Prepare to laugh, cry, and fall in love with this enthralling new romance from J. Bengtsson
When a letter from his supposedly deceased mother finds its way into his hands, life changes in an instant for international pop star Bodhi Beckett. Reeling from the deception of those closest to him, Bodhi spirals out of control and is sent to a secluded mansion in the coastal mountains of Southern California for some rest and relaxation. But the retreat proves to be anything but relaxing when a raging wildfire sets the landscape around him ablaze. While escaping the flames, Bodhi rescues Breeze, a quirky, pet-loving woman, and together the two fight their way to safety. In the aftermath of the fire, Bodhi and Breeze hit the road to uncover the truth about his family. What neither of them expected is to forge a powerful connection that will change their lives forever…but can it survive the real world, or will it disappear like the wind? FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS
Like the Wind is one of those stories that capture your heart and never let's go. I had never read any book by Bengsston, but my co-blogger raves about this author. So naturally, I had to see what it was all about. Like the Wind is a beautiful story about finding out who you are. Going through a traumatic event and finding that connection with someone, that you’ve always wanted.
Bodhi and Breeze are complete opposites on how they’ve been living. Bodhi is a Pop Star for one of the most famous boy bands. Girls are trying to get a piece of him at every turn. Breeze is a gentle soul; she loves animals and is seriously, one of the funniest characters. The writing style drew me in. Surprisingly this story didn’t make me cry. I think I might be broken. But it had it’s an effect on me when I wasn’t reading, all I could think of was to pick it back up again. It is so much more than an average romance. It had everything, and I feel that there’s so much to this story. That my little review, can’t give you that. I’m not going to give away the story, in this review. I want you to pick up this book yourself and get taken by the story of Bodhi and Breeze. Overall, Five Boundless Stars