Review: Walk with Me by Kaitlyn Stone


Walk With Me

The Thin Blue Thread, #1

by Kaitlyn Stone



What dictates the path in life we take and who we choose to walk with? After escaping her abusive parents, nineteen-year-old Kenna Sloane is determined to create an independent life, free of emotional distraction. The last thing this focused college student wants is a relationship, especially with a hot rookie cop popular with the badge bunnies. When Kenna reluctantly agrees to a double date with Santa Monica cop Donovan Alexander, she’s launched on an exciting and dangerous journey. With time, she discovers some souls are instinctively drawn together to quiet the pain of their traumatic pasts. But even after the revelation of Donovan’s own secret burden, Kenna continues to battle the fear she may be too broken for her modern day knight in blue. Can Kenna open her heart to the healing light of true love before peril strikes?

Note: This book is written in one point of view.

Note: This book is written in first-person point of view.

Note: This book contains adult language used as profanity.


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This was a sweet story about 2 people who find each other and learn what it means to be happy. The characters were wonderful and the story line was inspiring.

Donovan and Kenna are introduce to each other through mutual friends and start on a journey that is exciting but also scary. Donovan is had a good head on his shoulders. He’s responsible, protective, sweet, and a sexy as hell police officer in Santa Monica. He has an event in his past that has helped him choose his line of work. Kenna is a strong and independent college student who has escaped the oppression of her mother and step-father. She doesn’t open up to anyone completely, until she meets Donovan. These two really do bring the best out in each other and I really enjoyed their story as it developed over the course of the story.

The characters grow and learn to become better versions of themselves. The story line was sweet and inspiring. I did feel the dialogue was a little stiff at times but other than that it was a great story. The overall story line flowed well and I enjoyed the book. I look forward to reading more from this series. 4 out of 5 palm trees!

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