BIRD AFTER BIRD is a bird lovers delight. Wren Riley and Laurence “Laurie” Byrd both experience the tragedy of losing someone they love. They meet when Wren has returned home a year later after her father’s passing. Their friendship blossoms from friends to lovers pretty quickly.
The story opens up with a letter from Wren’s deceased father. The letter and notes her father left for her to discover were my favorite parts of the story. The fatherly advice he bestowed were real gems.
Bird After Bird has some confusing scene transitions and the flow didn’t always happen in the most smoothest way. Sometimes the dialogue felt forced and unnatural. A lot of bird references throughout the narrative. By no means should you judge your decision to read this book off of my review. I know others who gave this story excellent ratings.
**Complimentary copy courtesy of Fido Publishing via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.**