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Reviewed by Tracy Slowiak for Readers' Favorite
In Trouble Looming, the second book in The Tapestry Series, author Natalie Alder has again done a fantastic job of writing a book that her readers will love! Follow the stories of Cole Becker, a man who has helped his father raise his younger siblings ever since his mother passed away, and Sara, the lovely woman he meets in a pub on St. Patrick's Day. The sparks fly between them, and soon they are in love. But nothing in either of their lives is simple, and when they soon find trouble in their path, they will need to find out if their blossoming love will be enough to get them through the tough times.
I so enjoyed this book. Author Natalie Alder has a real gift at writing books about characters that her readers will love, and that is no small feat. When a reader's heart is racing because she's so worried about what is happening to a character, well, that is certainly a sign of the author's talent. The settings she describes are so realistic that you will feel you are there. The only piece of advice I would have for potential readers is to have enough time set aside to read this entire book from start to finish, you simply will not want to put it down! Trouble Looming is a story that would be enjoyed by any reader who loves women's fiction, romance, or just an honestly good read. I recommend this book very highly, and am excited to be able to read more from Natalie Alder as soon as possible.