Book Review: From The Start

fromthestartFrom The Start is about Kate and Colton.  Kate is a writer living in Chicago, she writes romantic movie scripts and books, but seems to be in a bit of a rut.  She ends up going home to Maple Valley, Iowa after a tornado injures her Dad and does some damage to the town where she grew up.  Her brother also comes home and brings with him his friend Colton Greene, an NFL Player forced to retire due to injury who isn’t quite sure what his next move is going to be.  Colton’s agent thinks that he should write a book about his life with a writer.  Could Kate be that writer despite her not knowing anything about football?

Colton asks Kate to write the book, and Kate reluctantly agrees.  Although there may be some chemistry between them, they are clear that they are just friends and this is just a working relationship.  But we all know how that goes!  Things seem to not really be moving along because Colton doesn’t really want to open up about his past and the accident that took both of his parents lives.  We find out that this is because he doesn’t really remember a lot of it himself.

The two end up having a lot of ups and downs in this relationship, and Colton calls the book off.  After an accident of their own, Colton runs off. Kate isn’t sure she will ever see him again and ends up back in Chicago.  But if the two are really in love with each other like they say they are – can  they find their way back to each other?

Well, I know the answer to that and you will too if you read From The Start.  This is the first book in a series an I am looking forward to reading more about the Walker family because they seem like a great family and I have completely fallen in love with them and Maple Valley!

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review.

About the Book

Kate writes romance movie scripts for a living, but she’s stopped believing “true love” is real. Could a new friendship with former NFL player Colton Greene restore her faith?

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