Book Review: Sunset After the Storm by Michelle Sullivan

Shelley Wenger

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A book review about two people who find each other.
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Sunset After the Storm by Michelle Sullivan tells the story of two lonely people who meet by chance.

Mason was out running and saw a beautiful woman crying on the beach by herself. He is unable to walk away and must be sure that she is going to be alright. By performing this simple act, his life will be forever changed.

Scotti has never been loved. Unfortunately, she had an unhappy childhood, only to run to a man who was unable to love her. Instead, he beat her until she had the courage to leave. Now, she is struggling with her health with no one by her side. That all changes when Mason stops to make sure that she is alright.

The two quickly find a connection and love that most people search a lifetime for. Unfortunately, Scotti’s health issues are going to get worse and fast. She doesn’t want to be alone, yet she doesn’t want to hurt Mason worse than she has too. The two have to make another decision which will change everything.

Sunset After the Storm is a great story of true love and making the best of every day that you have. Scotti and Mason decide to enjoy the rest of their time together, something that we all should think about!

Sullivan’s novel reminds me of my favorite author, Nicholas Sparks. I cried, yet found hope throughout the book. Readers will delight in the love that Scotti and Mason share, wishing that they could find someone to love them unconditionally too!


This review was previously published on Goodreads.


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Shelley is a small town farm mom of two boys. She is a veterinary technician, so she is proud to write about all kinds of animals and their care. She also loves to write about writing, running a business, working from home, and much more.

Glenville, PA

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