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Publisher's Summary

Ethan's Way is the story of two cultures, that of Christian Porter, a billionaire country boy from Georgia, and of Lorena Abruzzi, a struggling journalist, from Chicago, who was trying to survive in New York City. When serendipity brought them together, at a small New York City deli, the clash of cultures took shape, as Christian struggled to cope with his wealth and fame and Lori struggled to achieve her life-long goal of writing a best-selling novel. Along the way, on this bumpy road of life, they found love. More importantly, they found what each needed in their life - family.

©2017 James Roberson (P)2018 James Roberson

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Finding Its Way

SPOILER ALERT - This was a story where the author told us a lot of what was happening instead of showing us. The two main characters told us that they were falling in love but gave us little reason why that would happen. Ethan, the titular character, was set up to be the moral center of the story but I couldn't see what made him especially noble. He dealt with his fatal illness with dignity but that was all. I also felt like some of the plot was hard to believe: Christian being a billionaire and having no money concerns at all, Lori feeling at home with all of his friends and family and being instantly accepted by them, no real character flaws anywhere. Most of the characters were flat and a little hard to differentiate from each other.

In spite of this, the story was interesting enough to compel me through to the end. With a little more character development I would have given it four stars.