The Gift by Raven J. Spencer #ff #review @RavenJSpencer

What do you do when your friends’ birthday surprise turns awkward?

It’s Chloe’s birthday. She’s successful and single, and content with her life the way it is. When her friends give her a relaxing spa weekend in a luxury hotel, she thinks nothing of going alone–after working hard for a long time, she has earned it. Chloe doesn’t know that the weekend includes some time with Lacey, or that what she has to offer to her, would be so hard to resist.

Lacey knows how to keep her emotional distance from a client. Reluctant Chloe turns out to be a challenge in many ways, and soon both of them face difficult decisions. Can they really go back to the way things were before–do they want to? Or can life go into a different, unexpected direction?

This is a difficult book for me to review.  I have read books by Spencer in the past, and I have loved them.  When the chance came up to review this book, I couldn’t wait to get started.

However, this book took me awhile to get into it. I picked it up and put it down a few times before I was finally able to get fully into the story. Once I was able to get into the story – I did like how it progressed.

The relationship between Chloe and Lacey (Liv) was very interesting to follow along and watch as things progressed between the two of them.

The story itself was one that I personally just couldn’t get into.  I would say that if you have read Spencer’s books in the past, then you should try this one out!