Review of Trust In Me by Beth Cornelison
Published: December 11, 2011
4 out of 5 smirks
Synopsis: "A hero for the rest of us?
Escaping the cheating fiancé and sheltered life her father has arranged for her, Claire Albritton wants nothing more than to take control of her life and learn to fight her own battles.
Kevin Fuller believes he must rescue damsels in distress and Claire is decidedly out of her element in small town South Carolina. When trouble inevitably finds Claire, Kevin's white knight protection and heroics are exactly what Claire doesn't want. But his kisses...that's another matter."
Trust In Me by Beth Cornelison is a story ultimately about trust. What I found most appealing about this story was how both Kevin and Claire have almost the exact same trust issues that come to light when they try to fight their attraction to one another. I loved that Kevin is this almost surly character who isn't surly at all, but comes across as such before he opens his mouth to speak. Claire in contrast seems like a sweet woman, but underneath it all she has a fire just waiting to be let out. I loved how this story comes together and almost all the characters in it have trust issues, but because of their togetherness as a community learn how to overcome those issues. I give Trust In Me by Beth Cornelison 4 smirks because this story, while is about trust issues, expresses how a community can heal itself.