If you’re looking for a romantic tale that centers around a strong, hard-working female protagonist, look no further. The Write Escape by Charish Reid is a wonderful story about love, perseverance & following one’s heart. Also, love the fact that it is set in Ireland!
Finding One’s Way
At the moment, Antonia is a bit lost. Things are definitely not going her way. Without a job & without a significant other, she embarks on a journey to Ireland. I love that she’s traveling to really find her way. See, she is wanting to get back to the person she wants to be. In walks Aiden. Looks like she may be finding love too.
I am Really Into This book! The Write Escape by Charish Reid is touching, heartfelt and emotional. If you’re in the mood for another feel-good romance, be sure to check out Good Man, Dalton by Karen McQuestion.
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Charish Reid currently lives in Sweden with her professor husband, who enjoys walking and biking way more than she does. While he walks and bikes, she writes contemporary romance featuring sexy academics, who are trying to find love and adventure from under stacks of student papers. While she was born in Little Rock, AR, she has lived all over the United States observing people and taking notes for poetry, essays, and novels.
After earning her Masters in Literature, she went on to teach English and Rhetoric at several universities before penning her first book. Cashiering at a major discount retailer, being a menswear salesperson, and bartending were fairly easy compared to class prep, performing for students, and grading. When she’s not writing or teaching, Charish enjoys watching movies and talking to folks in other countries. Travels to Thailand, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Ireland, and Sweden will probably find their way into future books.