Alexis Moran has to drop off some
papers to Jeremy Talbot, at the house he is renovating. She
hasnít seen him in years, but has never forgotten the crush
she had on him throughout her teen years. She never had the
courage to tell him how she felt, so after graduation they
had drifted apart.
Jeremy has been living his life alone,
with a secret he can tell no one. He let that secret be the
reason he never made a move on Alexis, despite the feelings
heís always had for her. Now that they are older and he has
been without her for so long, will he take the opportunity
offered and open his heart to her?
I have read many of Elisa Adamsís stories, often finding
myself captivated and entranced by her words and worlds, and
can always spend more time with them. With Illusions,
I would have definitely preferred more of that time. I felt
some things were underexplored and the story as a whole
could have benefited from a higher word count. The history
between the two characters was well explained and presented,
which did give this story a more rounded feel, but overall,
I would have preferred more. I did enjoy the story, though,
and continue to look forward to more from Ms. Adams.