Contemporary Romance Fiction

The Better Man by Len Webster

Title: The Better Man

Author: Len Webster

My Rating: 1/2

Type: Standalone

Genre:  Contemporary Romance

Narration: I couldn’t exactly recognize the style, may be limited third person Dual POV.

Primary Characters: William (Will), Savannah, Walter

Source: Courtesy of Author/ Publisher – ARC


I voluntarily read an ARC of this book in exchange for honest review.

This is my first book from Len Webster. Savanah choses her freedom over money and she is staying with her father in Vermont. She is caught in a relationship where she is only being used. No matter how much she gives, or how many times she says she is done and then returns, number of years or distance doesn’t matter, she is never free of him emotionally. It’s hard when you don’t put yourself first in a relationship. She is trying to move on, when years later he has the nerve to walk back wanting a second chance.

When Savannah meets someone new, someone who actually treats her with kindness, appreciation, adoration, and like she is someone who deserves to be loved, Savannah’s world opens up to something she’s never had. Now she has a big question on who is he better man?

It’s a journey of self-discovery for Savannah and the choices she has to make even when they may thwart what and who her heart truly desires. She knew who the better man is, but the question is, will she choose him?

Book did have some wonderful poignant moments with Miller. AJ & Evan were lovely. Cute Miller is adorable. Writing style is nice, but it took some time for me to get used to limited third person writing style.

Overall it’s a cute story, but it just seemed awkward at times. It was instantly clear who the better man is between who she has to “choose” from.

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