Where You Go, I Go by Beth Black

Where You Go, I Go by Beth Black

Published: October 15, 2020

Kindle Edition

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Beth Black describes her writing as eclectic. She has never restricted herself to any single genre. With many stories in the works, she is looking forward to enlightening readers of all genres.

“We’re on a tandem. We ride together.”

We meet Bonnie, who is begrudgingly living in an assisted living facility practically against her will. Bored with the synchronized activities of the home, she stages a little breakout and finds herself wandering downtown. She ends up in a bike shop to get a closer look at the beautiful blue bike in the window, when she happens to bump into the kindest eyes she’s seen in a long time. George, the shop owner, sends Roy and Bonnie out on a tandem bike together, and the rest is history- or is it?

I loved this book. It is not your typical romance. But it is a beautiful love story nonetheless. I enjoyed the characters in this book. They were very well developed, and Bonnie has so much sass and pizzazz inside of her that she radiates off the pages.

The themes within this book are charming. And I appreciate that Bonnie and Roy want what is best for their families, but not if it means sacrificing what is best for them. We only get one life, and we have a responsibility to live each day to the fullest.

This love story captured my heart. The buildup is slow but sweet. And the pacing is excellent. The family dynamic is strong and well-executed, and the appreciation of our elders is very strongly implicated.

If you are looking for a heartwarming, feel-good, very original love story, I highly recommend strapping on a helmet and giving this book a read.

Find Where You Go, I Go by Beth Black on Amazon. This title is available on Kindle Unlimited.

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