Love Revisited


Romance - Contemporary
134 Pages
Reviewed on 02/03/2019
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Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite

Love Revisited is a contemporary romance novel written by J.B. Morris. While this is the follow-up to Morris’ novel, Seth, the author gives enough background information for it to be enjoyed as a standalone novel. Seth Collins was a decorated Marine who had seen combat and faced fears most could never dream of, and yet he still felt like a coward when faced with the challenge of meeting Pamela again. The address he had written on his water bill was for an exclusive and wealthy part of the city. She was so entirely out of his league that he couldn’t really understand why she would have invited him to come and visit. It had taken him a month to finally set a time and date, and still he was trapped in a hesitation that felt like fear and was probably more an overwhelming sense of insecurity. When he actually arrived outside the Breckenshire House on West 59th, he was sure the cabbie had made a mistake, but no, the doorman confirmed that Ms. Brighton did live there, and she was expecting him.

J.B. Morris’ contemporary fiction novel, Love Revisited, is a sweet and compelling romance about love at first sight and second chances. Morris’ portrayal of Seth Collins, a veteran with PTSD, is stark and real, and that of Pamela, a child of privilege with a cold and domineering mother, is chillingly on target. Seeing these two complex characters face up to their real and imaginary dragons is marvelous indeed. Morris deftly builds up their relationship as well as that of Seth with his friend and mentor, Moses, and Pamela’s mother and young daughter. The plot is fresh and relevant, and Morris’ writing makes the story flow smoothly. While listed as a romance novel, fans of military and veteran fiction will also find much that’s worthwhile in this story. Love Revisited is most highly recommended.