Lacey Burnham is devastated when her
twenty-one-year-old son Calvin is killed in a car accident.
She thinks sheís handling things well, until she collapses in
grief at the cemetery. When she looks up, she sees her sonís
former best friend, Sean Logan. He helps her into her car, and
then shows up later at her house to offer his condolences.
Sean Logan has always had a thing for
Lacey Burnham. But heís hidden it. When she invites him to
stay at her house, he accepts. When things get heated between
them, they discover that Calvinís spirit hasnít moved on yet
and heís not very happy about the things that are happening
between his mother and Sean.
Lacey tries to fight what she is feeling,
but when she discovers that she canít, she finds out things
that make the situation much more difficult. It seems Calvin
and Sean were hiding a secret. A secret from the past that
broke up their friendship, and is now intruding on present day
Let me start this review by saying that I
did not want to read this book. It was sent to me by oh Joyous
one, and when I opened my package and read the blurb, I
Having said that, I have to tell you that
I absolutely loved The Object of Love. I loved
each word, each feeling, each character and each tiny detail
of the story. I wasnít two pages into it before I realized
that this was a beautifully written, wonderfully crafted tale
that delved into the lives of the characters so completely
that I felt as if I were watching a movie.
I devoured each word of this story and,
truthfully, will probably do so again in the future. I loved
Lacey, I loved Sean, and I loved them as a couple. I loved
Calvin and the way he was dealing with his death. The ending
of the story left me wonderfully sated and feeling complete.
Ms. Cullars has a new fan. I canít wait to read more of her
I take great pleasure in realizing that
you canít judge a book by its blurb, and Joyfully Recommending
The Object of Love to lovers of romance. It will
leave you feeling warm and wonderful.