✍🏻 Professor Romance’s 5+ ⭐️ Review: Aly Martinez’s The Difference Between Somehow and Someway, book 2 of her The Difference Trilogy βœπŸ»

Overall Grade: 5+ ⭐️

Please note. I’m used to writing longer reviews. However, this review for Aly Martinez’s second book in her The Difference Trilogy will be brief. The reason? These books hold secrets, and I refuse to give anything away intentionally or unintentionally. So what should you know about The Difference Between Somehow and Someway? It is engaging, enticing, enigmatic, and electric. It confounds you and forces you forward even when you are trepidatious about it. I’ll be honest. From the start of this book, I was anxious. Why? Because I absolutely ADORE Bowen and Remi together. ADORE THEM! These two are fated, and Martinez uses the space of her story to challenge ideas about fate. They love each other to depths that make butterflies bloom in your stomach, and I kept worrying about their ability to stay fated. Again, this trilogy is a reminder of Aly Martinez’s genius at writing romantic suspense. I love how she loves to keep her readers in the dark, and I admire her capacity to do it so easily. In a world where romance can be so predictable, I’ve yet to read a book where Martinez hasn’t snowed me. In fact, I end her books in awe of her creativity and craftsmanship. And The Difference between Somehow and Someway? It is no different. Now, the hardest part? Waiting for the final book of this trilogy, The Difference Between Someday and Forever. Seriously…run and grab this book and its predecessor, The Difference Between Somebody and Someone. These will be the best stories you read this month.

In love and romance,

Professor A

Author:

I teach students to write for college. I love to read writers who write romance. Why not review and promote the writing of people who love to write romance? Win-win for me

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