Book Review – The Wright Brother by Marie Hall

I appreciate stories with physically challenged characters because of a vested interest. The relationship between Elisa and Julian is beautiful and emotional. I get goosebumps thinking of them signing on each other’s skin. That’s where my enjoyment ended.

This was geared towards the younger side of new adult, too young for my reading pleasure. I understand that a small age difference of roughly two years is a big deal before the age of 18, but the storyline made it feel like the age difference was 7 or more years and Elisa couldn’t outgrow that thinking until the last two pages. Her feelings of guilt became redundant. It gets to be tiresome by the end. I also lost interest with her two silly infatuations with other men while waiting for Julian to grow up.

If not for the erotic scenes, this would be for a younger audience. I can only give it …

2 stars.

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