Friday, April 21, 2017

Blog Tour & Review for The Enchantment of Emma Fletcher by L.D. Crichton

Title: The Enchantment of Emma Fletcher
Author: L.D. Crichton
Publisher: Pocket Star
Published: March 13, 2017


After Emma Fletcher is viciously attacked and left for dead, she flees to her old childhood hometown where she’s confronted with bitter memories of her damaged past and alcoholic mother. Emma is determined to make her stay temporary and get out with minimal emotional damage. What she doesn’t count on is Tristan Banks: auto mechanic, coffee addict, and town hottie with dark secrets of his own.

Tristan’s track record of saving girls has historically led to failure. The last thing he needs is trouble in the form of a leggy brunette with an attitude, but when he starts to fall for Emma, Tristan realizes the only way he can save her is to help her save herself.

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This is a new author for me and I am glad that I took a chance, because this was an enjoyable read.

Emma is a runner. She runs from commitment, her past, her mom & even Tristan. Tristan is a persistent man though, and he won't stop chasing Emma until he has got her. I understood what Emma's character was running from and I would have done the same thing, but at the same time, I didn't like how she just pushed everyone away. All her friends wanted to do was help her and when she finally did let them in, it was because she had no other choice. I also didn't like how she just couldn't believe in her mom; yes, I understand she wasn't that great of a mom when she was a kid, but when the changes are staring you right in the face, the least Emma could have done was at least try and believe. Tristan was different than he was actually described, at least I thought so. I loved how caring and sweet he was, but when people talked about him, it was like he was a playboy, but he actually wasn't, like at all. All he wants is to help Emma and I loved his determination and willingness to help her any way he could. 

The connection between Tristan & Emma has been there since they saw each other that first time again since they were kids. I loved that Tristan broke down Emma's walls and once Emma let go of the past, her character was much more likable to me. This really was a good book and I can't wait to see what L.D. Crichton comes out with next!!

-Elizabeth from Crazii Bitches Book Blog

About the Author

L.D. Crichton is the author of the only official fan fictions for both One Direction and Emblem3, commissioned by Sony Music Entertainment and Faculty Management Group. Crichton has over 7.5 million combined reads on Wattpad and her work has been featured in Publisher’s Weekly, the Daily Dot, Marketing magazine, Just Jared, VentureBeat, and Contently. She lives in Alberta, Canada. Please visit, and L.D. Crichton on Facebook and Twitter.

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