Review: Crazy in Love
BOOK OF TIMOTHY: Symmetry - Iris Bolling
Siri Austin Entertainment
October 2017
Contemporary Romance
REVIEWER:  Shirley Fleming | RATING:  A
REVIEW: THE BOOK OF TIMOTHY is really two love stories in one book.  The Lassiter twins, Timothy and Opal, find their soul mates.  Timothy welcomes that love with open arms.  It is love at first sight for him and Denise LaSalle.  Opal, on the other hand, is hesitant to admit her love for Grant for fear of losing herself in the process.  Opal and Timothy travel a bumpy and sometimes dangerous road to their happily ever after.  This story gives us great insight into what men will do for the women they love and cherish.  And the lengths they will go to protect them.  The Lassiter family united is a force to reckon with, especially with Joe and Sally at the helm.  Family is everything to them.  And woe to anyone who brings harm to one of them.

Opal and Timothy are twins and always do things together.  They even open a business together.  Timothy has a quiet spirit and Opal is very outspoken and not afraid to tell you what she thinks.  Do not insult her or that Lassiter temper will come forth.  Timothy has a softer side and is the voice of reason in this dynamic duo.

Iris Bolling is a master when it comes to writing drama.  Love, lies, humor, mystery, family togetherness, and danger just to name a few are plentiful in this page-turner.  The pacing is wonderful.  Every page seems to flow into the next one.  The plot is superb and proves itself in each chapter of the book.  Other characters include the entire Lassiter clan.  Each one brings their own personal temperament to the story which makes for some very interesting reading.  Dialogue is funny at times and so real it just pulls you right in.  All of this takes place in the historic city of Richmond, Virginia with character ties to Washington, DC.

THE BOOK OF TIMOTHY is an excellent read.  I highly recommend this book.  Once you start reading it you might pull an all-nighter because you won’t be able to put it down.  Two thumbs up for Iris Bolling.

1st December 2017 |