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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
Love's Ride: The Struggle Book 1 by Cheryl Holloway is a short romantic story. Love is everything; through thick and thin, it makes the ride worth it – or does it? Bob is ready to ask Ava to marry him. He has been saving to buy a special ring for her and takes a job working part-time as a Ryde driver. What Bob doesn’t realize is that Ava has been keeping a secret from him and he’s about to find out what it is. Can their relationship survive? Will Ava have a good explanation for what she did or will Bob turn his back and walk away from everything?
Love’s Ride: The Struggle Book 1 by Cheryl Holloway was a nice short read. As well as being a tale of love and heartbreak, there are a few messages here. Communication is key to any relationship, not just texting! And trying too hard really doesn’t work, not in the way you expect. This was a decently written story, short, to the point and paced well. The two main characters were well developed in the short page space and there was plenty of dialog between them, a rarity in many books these days. The story starts on an argument and goes from there, following the ups and downs of a real relationship with a gut-kicker thrown in for good measure. It was a good story, great for filling half an hour and would suit anyone who wants a quick read that is easy to follow along with.