What a lovely small package this novella was. Small but good and fulfilling. Some novellas leave you a bit empty and whilst this does leave you wanting more, it is wrapped up with a bow.
The best thing about Love Through a Lens were the characters, Edward in particular. He’s a well-known British actor, presenting a documentary very close to his heart on the English moors. Celine is much younger than Edward and filming for a notch on her CV. There’s just something between these two. I was pretty delighted to find the subject of the documentary to be my home turf and an area I know much about, but I am convinced it will be equally enjoyable to those who don’t know the area. What could be hotter than enforced close proximity, nights under the stars and tension that builds?
I cannot lie and say that I didn’t want more from these two. More story, more future. However, I don’t feel short changed. I liked the writing style and would read more from this author.
The author provided a copy of this book in return for an honest review.
Reviewed for Jo&IsaLoveBooks Blog.