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Review: Crowning Design by Leila Meacham


Some people aren’t meant for happily-ever-after. And Deborah Standridge is one of them. When she called off her wedding to the perfect man to pursue her passion as an architect, she didn’t mean to hurt anyone. But Deborah saw her chance to finally make her own dreams come and she took it, setting in motion a tragedy that has haunted her ever since.

Now, as one of Denver’s most successful architects, Deborah has avoided love at all costs…until Daniel Parker walks into her life. He commissions her to design his company’s headquarters and soon makes her want to believe in love again. But Dan is keeping a shocking secret that could rip apart everything they’ve built–and break Deborah’s heart once and for all. Will Deborah find the strength to put the past behind her to fight for a love that could last for all time?

My Review

Another classic romance from Leila Mecham.

For the most part, I found this to be an enjoyable read. The story was interesting and the characters intrigued me. I thought the characters had great pull and I wanted to know more about them, especially Daniel. Daniel had a secret he was keeping and it definitely was a shocking one.

Crowning Design is one of those books that I believe will be a hit for some and others not so much. It is written in a bit older style and setting and I know for some, that can be hard to get past. Crowning Design is a clean entertaining romance I have to say, it did have some had some great twists towards the end.

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, via the publisher & Grand Central Publishing, in exchange for an honest review*

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