Award-winning, multi-volume author, Rachel Jones introduces us to her romance novel, “Polish to Perfection”:
A renowned concert pianist, still grieving for her parents, desires a normal life.
A widowed surgeon seeks a fresh start in a new city.
Ella Craig is ready to exchange a life of touring for a less nomadic existence. On her way to San Diego, she detours home. Her appearance with the San Francisco Philharmonic Orchestra ends in disaster, resulting in an injury. Now she must temporarily remain in the city where her parents died two years ago.
Jackson Hart relocates to San Francisco from Atlanta for a fresh start and in eighteen months, has not met anyone that ignites a romantic spark, until he meets Ella.
Jackson wants Ella to stay in San Francisco and encourages her to use her recuperation time to deal with her grief. When a family emergency arises, Jackson rushes to Atlanta. Torn between his feelings for Ella and his duty to family, he resigns his position at Bayside Medical Center and makes plans to return to the Southeast to care for his aging grandparents.
How will they balance their dreams and responsibilities with their growing love for one another? With happiness seeming just out of reach for both of them, will they overcome insurmountable odds to forge a future together?
For years, all I read was sci-fi and fantasy. I missed some really good writing in other genres. This contemporary romance is a perfect example of excellent writing. The plot, pacing, characters and everything else that goes into creating a story that captivates and won’t let you put it down easily.
Rachel’s skill is far above average in action, scene-setting and dialogue. I felt like I knew the characters so well while reading the book. She doesn’t waste any words!
I award “Polish to Perfection” 4.9 stars.
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