Unseen Road to Love by Chelsea Curran (Blog Tour Review)

This story is all about second chances. Read my full thoughts on the book below...

Unseen Road to Love
by Chelsea Curran
LDS Contemporary Romance
Paperback & ebook, 304 Pages
April 11th 2017 by Cedar Fort, Inc.


"The airbag deployed as the impact shoved his car across the ice and straight into the intersection. In that same time frame, the car's back end drifted into a half circle, until the last thing Logan saw was another set of lights in the passenger window. And then..."

From the outside, Logan Atwood's life looks perfect: a successful career, a lavish lifestyle. But after a brutal car accident leaves him in a coma, Logan suddenly finds himself five years in the past. Only then does he realize his perfect world may have cost him the woman of his dreams and the faith he once loved. Is it too late for Logan's second chance? 

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Praise for the Book

"Chelsea Curran's careful construction, fully formed characters, and gently crafted romance make Unseen Road to Love a sweet, tender, powerful read. What would you do with your second chance?" — Diane Stringham Tolley, author of Daughter of Ishmael

"Chelsea Curran's debut novel Unseen Road to Love is full of twists and turns. I found myself breathlessly rooting for the romance, as well as for Logan's redemption, in this fast-paced story of change, choice, and—of course—love." — Jennifer Griffith, author of The Legally in Love Series, Chocolate and Conversation, and Big in Japan

My Review

UNSEEN ROAD TO LOVE was about missed opportunities, redemption, forgiveness, and a second chance at love. A heartbreaking story in places, fulfilling in others, made for a sweet read.

I really liked Logan and Addie and how they got each other. I also really liked Logan's brother, Mark, and the camaraderie between the two of them. It was fun when Logan's family teased each other and it felt like a realistic family setting, for the most part. The romance was adorably sweet and had some decent chemistry. The ending,even if a little stretched out, was fun and I especially loved the very end. It was a perfect moment.

I did have some issues with a few aspects of the story. I didn't feel like some of the POVs were necessary, such as Mark's and Logan's mom's. Then there were a few other aspects of the story that just felt like they were thrown in and didn't need to be. Some of the dialogue felt stilted, but I think that will definitely improve as the author writes more books. There were some editing issues with typos, although minor. Beyond these, it was still a decent story and one that I enjoyed overall.

In the end, was it what I wished for? This was a sweet and enjoyable story that had a few issues, but I think the potential was there and I'm curious to see what the author will write in the future.

Content: Clean

Source: I received a complimentary copy from the publisher, which did not require a review nor affect it in any way.

About the Author

Chelsea Curran lives in the desert valley of Arizona, and has an associates degree in general education from Dixie State University. Though secretly a romantic, she used to spend most of her time brooding over the idea of love until her college roommates introduced her to the exciting and fantastic world of romance novels. When she’s not teaching, dancing, painting, laughing or baking cookies, she’s in her blanket fort giggling over the handsome hero capturing the fair lady’s heart. By experience, she believes one good book can change a person’s life forever.

What do you think? Would you want a do-over for a part of your life?

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