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Reviewed by Chris Fischer for Readers' Favorite
Twenty-one-year-old Bobbie Lamont has had enough. Tired of everything her life has to offer, she’s not sure where to go next. In author Zelmer Wilson’s fourth installment of the Bobbie Lamont series, The Distance Between, we find Bobbie at a real crossroads in her life. She’s just graduated from Tulane University, and she thinks now will be the time that her relationship with English professor Lawrence Harris will finally progress to the next stage. Instead, she finds herself dumped right after graduation, and truly alone for the first time in several years. Finding herself at a loose end as she has time before she needs to move to New York to start her new job, she decides to spend the time with her Aunt Gina in Birmingham, Alabama. It’s there that she meets her next love, the lovely but troubled Miller Hoffman. Their relationship is complicated by Miller’s youth, the objections of his mother, her aunt’s reservations, and Bobbie’s impending move, but the young couple is determined to make it work.
The Distance Between is an engaging, engrossing read that will have you sucked in from the very first page. Author Zelmer Wilson’s most recent entry in his winning series featuring Bobbie Lamont will keep you rooting for young Bobbie and her new love, even through all of the obstacles they face. The Distance Between will appeal to any reader who loves romances, stories about couples facing difficult odds, and those who like a good read in general. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and very much look forward to Mr. Wilson’s next work.