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“The realization was too much to bear. I was in love with the same girl I had destroyed.”

Home. The new novel by Trinity Lemm officially came out today. This book focuses on a young woman named Kamryn who, after a series of unfortunate events, finds herself living on the streets of San Francisco. She unknowingly catches the attention of a young man named Decker living nearby who can’t get her out of his head. One night during a terrible storm, he takes it upon himself to give her a place to stay for the night, inevitably creating a connection between them that is destined to crash and burn.

Lemm did a fantastic job with this book. While at the surface level, this is a contemporary romance story about two people who fell in love, the deeper levels is what make it stand out. The tragic themes of trust and forgiveness, love and loss and right versus wrong are all very prominent throughout the book. We see our characters struggle with these themes individually and as a couple and it was gut-wrenchingly beautiful.

While I finished this book through teary eyes, it was easily one of my top reads of 2022. I could feel exactly what the characters were going through and understood why they made the decisions they did.

It was an absolute honor to have received an ARC copy of this book and have the chance to read it a couple times before its release. Fans of Reminds of Him will definitely enjoy this book and become a fan of Lemm.

Book Rating: 5/5

Spice Rating: 2/5

Extra Quotes I loved…

“Everything was wrong with this picture - soulmates being torn apart at the hands of calamity.”

“I had a very strong feeling that no matter the circumstances… that our paths would’ve crossed regardless.”

“It was like watching a movie on fast forward, from the moment I saw Kam fir the first time to this very moment right now. And all I knew was that I didn’t want to let the movie end that way.”

“Why don’t you go home and get some rest. I shook my head. I am home.”

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