Review Blast: Tinsel (Lark Cove #4) by Devney Perry.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sofia Kendrick has always cherished her tiara. As the youngest daughter of a wealthy New York family, she’s lived the life of an American princess. But after two scandalous divorces and a breakup smear her name across the society rags, the shine from her crown has dulled. People call her superficial, even gaudy.

She’s nothing more than tinsel.

Desperate for escape and starving for peace, Sofia heads to Montana for a holiday weekend with her brother. But she doesn’t get the relaxing vacation she planned. Instead, she’s put to work in a bar alongside Dakota Magee—a man who does not want her help. A man who is set on teaching her a few lessons about real life and hard work. But Sofia has a couple of life lessons of her own to teach. Like how to fall in love.

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Review

5 Stars!

 

Devney Perry never disappoints me with her books! Tinsel was so much more than I could have ever wanted. Firstly look at this the stunning cover for this book. I mean, seriously! It is gorgeous!

And Dakota and Sophia are perfect!

Sophia Kendrick is Logan’s littler sister and we got a glimpse of her in book 1, which wasn’t the best look for her. I really wasn’t sure how to feel about it being her story but was excited to see what Devney would write.

Sophia comes from wealth and in a sense is spoiled, but to outsiders that is all they can see. A pretty girl who has money and doesn’t need to life a finger to earn it. She’s spoiled and self centered to everyone else.

Truly though, Sophia is misunderstood and is so much more. She is trying to discover who she is and what she wants in life. She doesn’t want to be that girl that everyone else portrays her to be and when a article is released about her it is just enough to push her into Lark Cove where she meets Dakota and learns more about herself.

Dakota is a man who wants to pave his own path. He loves his family deeply and cherishes his family roots and all they represent but he also doesn’t agree with everything that they tell him he has to do. He wants to earn his way, to see the world and to be able to love freely without bloodlines being a part of everything.

When Thea makes a sudden decision to take a vacation and leave Sophia to help with the bar it is the last thing Dakota would’ve expected or wanted. He doesn’t want to teach the Princess to clean and make drinks. He wants her to be far out of his way, but she quickly surprises him. Their chemistry is so strong that neither can deny it or want to but a relationship just isn’t in the cards for either of them.

I loved this story so much! Dakota and Sophia each have to learn more about themselves and what they want out of life while also trying to understand the strong attraction they feel for one another. They grow in so many ways, and are both such strong characters.

This book is absolutely Beautiful! I would recommend it to everyone! Always!

Devney has written such a beautiful tale about two people from different worlds who are on a road of self-discovery but also who find love along the way.

 

 

 

Devney is the USA Today bestselling author of the Jamison Valley series. She lives in Montana with her husband and two children. After working in the technology industry for nearly a decade, she abandoned conference calls and project schedules to enjoy a slower pace at home with her kids. She loves reading and, after consuming hundreds of books, decided to share her own stories. Devney loves hearing from readers! Connect with her on social media.

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