Friday, May 20, 2016

Title: A Right to Remain
Author: Beth Rinyu
Genre: Contemporary Romance Standalone
Release Date: May 20, 2016 Cover Artist: RE Creatives
He had a right to remain suffocated by his pain.
She had a right to remain silent about hers.
For better or for worse. 
Those were the vows that I had taken with my wife six years ago. We had lived through the better and were barely getting through the worse. I tried to face our loss together, while she chose to have an affair instead.
Time apart was what we both needed.
What I didn’t expect in that time was her.
The beauty she possessed on the outside was a far cry from the scars she was harboring on the inside. She wasn’t looking for love and neither was I. She just needed someone to help her deal with the pain she had been carrying around for the past two years, and I was happy to oblige.
I wasn’t supposed to fall in love with her, but suddenly I was seeing a future that I never dreamed of right in front of my eyes….only to find that the past had other things in mind for us.
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I always believed that we only got one true love in life, and mine was gone and never coming back.
Through the tear-filled nights and never ending days, I was slowly and tortuously coming to terms with the pain that was my reality.
And then he entered my life.
Tall, handsome, genuine and caring, he was a friend when I needed one most. Together, we were a temporary fix to our own permanent pain. Just two people helping each other to get through a very dark period in life.
But when the light begins to shine ever so slightly with each passing day, and his face is all I can see at the end of that tunnel…..do I run back into the darkness or move into the light with him?



Beth Rinyu really writes a great story with A Right to Remain.  She includes a little bit of everything you look for in a good book- a heartfelt love story, a touch of mystery and eventually even suspense.  This book crosses over so many different genres that it’s easy to get your fix for whatever trope gets you going and truly enjoy reading a great story along the way.

Rinyu gives you two characters both lost and broken after losing love.  Each in different forms, these two form an unbreakable bond in grief and eventually develop into something more.  Quinn and Lacey’s  friendship to lovers storyline was sweet, simple, heartfelt and cultivated perfectly for readers to fall in love with.  Rinyu doesn’t stop there, but also gives you a hauntingly great mystery that keeps unraveling as you read drawing you in once again to the pain and suffering our leading lady, Lacey has endured.  

While this book was a great read, it didn’t really surprise me.  I am not sure if it was because I was so deeply invested in Lacey and Quinn’s story that I could guess how the story was about to unravel or if the author left too many details up for grabs, but many times throughout this story I could see exactly what was going to unravel next.  Although there was one specific twist that Rinyu gets the “gotcha” button, the rest I could see coming.  With that being said, I didn’t enjoy this story any less.  I was still completely captivated by how it was going to play out in hopes of two people getting their happily ever after.  

I can and will recommend this book to other readers.  It had everything you could want in a great story and kept me interested until the very end.  Rinyu delivers a great book that is well worth your read. I can’t wait to check out more by this author!


I crawled into bed next to Aaron, who had just returned from a business trip. I had surprised him by cutting my girls’ weekend short to be home when he returned. The rain was beating against our bedroom window as we lay in each other’s arms.
“You didn’t have to cut your trip short, but I’m so glad you did.”
“Me too,” I whispered as I kissed him on his bare chest. “Aaron?”
“Hmm?”
“I was thinking.”
“Uh…oh!”
I playfully smacked him on the arm. “I want to have a baby.”
“Let’s do it then.”
“Seriously?”
“I’ve never been more serious in my life.”
He pulled me closer and our lips were just about to touch when we heard a loud crash come from the kitchen. I giggled. “Betcha Gus broke out of the laundry room again.”
He kissed me on the forehead and hopped out of bed. “Hold that thought…I’ll be right back…”
“You never came back, Aaron! You never came back!” I shouted as I stood in the doorway with the freezing cold rain pelting me in the face. I slid my back down the doorframe and buried my face in my hands, allowing all of my emotions to come to the surface. “You never came back to me,” I sobbed.
Ever since I can remember, I have always enjoyed Creative Writing. There was always something about being able to travel to a different place or become a different person with just the stroke of a pen - or in today's world a touch of the keyboard. I am the author of The Exception To The Rule, An Unplanned series, Drowning In Love, A Cry for Hope, A Will To Change, Blind Side of Love, Three of a Kind series, Easy Silence, and A Right To Remain.
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