Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Letters in the Moonlight of Taj Mahal by J. Adams

Lyla Kelly and Marc Hosseini have never met. The forty-seven-year-old widow and mother of
grown twin boys doesn't know what to think when she begins receiving letters from the son of an old
friend. She never fathomed that Marc, twelve years her junior, could ever be interested in someone like
her, especially since they have never even seen one another. Nor does she count on the passion that his
mere words invoke in her.
Go with Lyla and Marc on their journey of discovery, and watch a surprisingly-powerful love
bloom between them–a love strong enough to rival the undying adoration that inspired the building of
one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The beautiful shrine, Taj Mahal.

Tifferz Take~
I was so excited to read Letters in the Moonlight of Taj Mahal because I have actually been to the Taj Mahal and it is breathtaking, to put it mildly. Honestly, I would have liked a little more of the story of India and what they did. But that is me being selfish!  I got a good laugh out of seeing Lyla speed date due to her twin sons setting the night up. I was surprised how much I enjoyed the letters and emails Marc and Lyla shared. Normally that style of writing makes me want to shut the book. I guess J. Adams has a way with words. I really felt the connection between Lyla and Marc. This is a quick read that gave me the pick me up I needed. I do love the happily ever after. I will as always, be looking for more from J. Adams.

Just FYI~ No sexual content, but does contain two swear words.

Source~ Author for an honest review!

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