Review – Time To Learn by Karen Ferry

Time to Learn by Karen Ferry

When I finished Time To Learn by Karen Ferry I really had to think how I was going to put everything into words effectively. See, I have LOVED Karen’s writing from the first time I read her. To me she’s an author that isn’t “seen” as much as others and definitely isn’t ranked as high as others but she should be. Each of Karen’s books I’ve read so far have been rated 5 star but in all honesty they pale in comparison to this book. And while Garrett will always be my main Ferry hero this STORY in Time To Learn will hold my heart for a very long time.

To be honest with you, when I started Time to Learn I didn’t know what to do, I wasn’t connecting to the story, to Laura and it was moving a little too slow. So I put it down and read something else, however a need to know things burned inside me and made me pick up the book again. I easily fell into this book after that.

I connected to Kristian immediately and felt every crack in his broken soul. I loved him. I also found myself growing more fond of Laura once she decided to find her happiness and take a chance. 

Laura is a broken down woman that has suffered through some horrific events and while I really wanted her to be more open I totally understood why she guarded herself. And that’s all down to Karen and the way she wrote Laura. 

My heart ached and bloomed throughout this book in equal measure. With every low came a stunning high. Karen balanced the weak and the strong perfectly. She balanced the heartbreak and devastation with intense love and SUPER HOT passion and it all seemed so simple. So breathtakingly simple. 

Despite my initial lull, I came to love, no, I came to adore this story. Laura and Kristian are sexy and stunning. On the whole Time to Learn is beautifully breathtaking.

Love is blind.

Love is false.

Love is deceitful.

Until him.

My fairytale ending turned into a nightmare soon after I gave the man I thought was perfect my vows. Like the coward I was, I remained in my prison for too long. But there was one light amidst all the darkness – my daughter, Ailith.

Now, I’m a 33-year-old woman, living with her mother in a little town in Scotland that’s quiet but safe, trying to keep the family business afloat. 

When will I find the courage to live again?

One day, a glance from a stranger brings me a sliver of hope that I haven’t believed in since I was young. 

Will it be enough?
Love is a lie.

Love is an illusion.

Love is painful.

Until her.

She made me trip over my own two feet – made me yearn for the very thing I’ve avoided all my life: love. But she didn’t love me back. I had to escape my memories somehow, and I fled to Scotland.

Now, I’m more lost than I’ve ever been, trying to forget the woman who managed to soften my cynical heart.

Will the hole in my chest ever heal? 

One day, the sorrow in a woman’s eyes causes me to trip again. My heart beats anew, and when she finally allows me to see her, I’m filled with hope. 

Will she give in to me?

For Laura and Kristian, everything changes with just one glance. But can two people who have been burned in the past open their hearts and learn to love again?

Author’s Note: While this is book #3 in The Believe Series, it can be read as a standalone novel. Includes a hot-as-sin tattoo artist, a stubborn Scottish woman, horses, and lots of swoon-worthy moments. You have been warned. 




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