Review - This Way to Forever by Loren Kleinman

My Copy of the Book

Sara Brody thought she had met her soulmate in Tad Bolak, a charming exchange student. Their whirlwind romance includes nights staring at the stars, declarations of love, and promises to talk often when Tad must return to his native Poland to complete his Master’s Degree. But Sara’s idealistic view of Tad and plans to be together when he gets his degree come to a shattering halt when he admits to having a fiancee back home.  Heartbroken, she vows to keep her heart safe from men and and focuses on her own studies. Until she meets Ethan.  Sara discovers that no relationship is perfect, especially when one still mourns past loves. Tad never gives up on her. Ethan wants her to give their relationship a chance. And Sara wonders what will become of her sense of self if she gives in to either man.

About the Author:
Loren Kleinman is an American-born poet and writer with roots in New Jersey. Her writing explores the results of love and loss, and how both themes affect an individual’s internal and external voice. She has a B.A. in English Literature from Drew University and an M.A. in Creative and Critical Writing from the University of Sussex (UK).
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My Take on the Book:
I got the vibe that Ethan Miller moves a little too fast when he's in a relationship. I ended up not agreeing with a lot of the decisions that Sara Brody made; and there were times when some of the characters appeared to be a little over-dramatic. This novel had a slight 'New Adult' vibe to it, and shows what happens when people idealize love. I got a copy in exchange for an honest review and gave it a three star rating.

Last Word:
It's going to be nice to read more of Loren Kleinman's work, and it's going to be interesting to read some of her poetry! Watch this space.