Wanderlust, by Lucia Catherine, follows the blossoming romance between two kindred spirits, Erica and Chase. Despite loving the lives they’ve built, they both suffer from a fear of commitment, which serves as a common thread that brings them together. The story begins with Chase, a best-selling author, who decides to settle down in Sandy Brae, a small coastal town in Virginia. It’s here that he meets Erica, a world-renowned photographer, and their connection is undeniable.

Initially, they both agree to a friends-with-benefits relationship but soon realize that they were meant to be more than just that. Chase’s life is further complicated when tragedy strikes, and he becomes the guardian of his sister’s children. Erica steps up to help him navigate this new normal, and as she falls in love with him and his family, they decide to get married to retain custody of the children. However, this causes conflict in their relationship, and they begin questioning their feelings for each other.

Catherine’s writing style is consistent and flows seamlessly, and her tone is both earnest and colloquial. The main characters are well-developed, and the author expertly reveals different layers of them throughout the novel. The communication between Erica and Chase can sometimes be frustrating, but it adds depth to their dynamic and immerses the reader further into their story. Despite the many important pieces to the plot, the author avoids confusion, making it easy for the reader to follow.

Wanderlust is a beautifully written novel that expertly weaves together romance, family, and commitment themes. It explores how relationships change over time and how people change with them. It’s a story of learning to love, trust, and find the things that matter in life. It’s a perfect read for fans of made-family and romance genres.

Pages: 216 | ASIN :  B0BNGB1LXT

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