Saturday, May 3, 2014

Early One Morning by Aubree Lane ~ REVIEW

Early One Morning by Aubree Lane is one of those books that has you flipping pages quickly to find out what in the world could possibly happen next. I was completely captivated with the storyline and the characters right away. 

Annie Harper has always been a big part of her best friend Marissa's family. They grew up more like sisters than just best friends. Marissa's Dad always included Annie in the family and was more like her father then her own parents were. 

When Marissa calls Annie while on vacation with her husband, things start happening quickly. One things leads to another and Annie quickly falls in love with Terence Javier  and his adorable little girl Ericka. Terence has problems that Annie thinks Marissa can help  him with. This is when things start to happen quickly. I don't want to tell you too much about the storyline I will tell you there were times I cried and was completely shocked of what was unfolding before my eyes. There is plenty of drama and emotional scenes that certainly kept me turning pages very quickly. I could not wait to see what in the world was going to happen next and what effect that was going to have on all the characters I became very attached to. 

Aubree Lane has created a fabulous story with intriguing characters that make you want to help them at times and every now and then smack a few of them. I even found myself feeling sorry for one of the characters that I did not think I would like at all to begin with. 

I truly enjoyed Early One Morning and I would love to read more work by Ms. Lane. I enjoyed her voice and writing style. 

I was given the opportunity to read this great book so that I may share my thoughts with you. As always it has been my pleasure to share my thoughts with you on Early One Morning


  1. What a wonderful review. You have made my day. Thank you for taking the time to read Early One Morning. I am truly humbled by your kind words.

  2. Sounds like a lovely read. Thanks for the great review.