I’m going to review the first half of this book to begin with –
I loved the story line, got caught up and read for an age. I couldn’t put it down and wanted to know more, every detail. I skipped doing any choirs, barely ate all to get as much read as i could, we were taking into the lives of one couple only to have them ripped apart and her left alone with a child, immediately your heart broken for the main characters and then this wonderful man comes along who can fix it all and everything seems against them.
Now the second half of the book…i actually put the book down at the end of a chapter when i remembers i needed to re-hydrate at some point, when i picked it up i found myself skimming, i really don’t like not reading a book word for word but along with all the repeating about her husband and the back and forth over the same information and over explaining i struggled.
We are left on the edge with what happens to her best friend and i made me ‘need’ to find the next book however you can read this as a stand alone if your happy to ignore the best friend.
Overal it was a brilliant storyline however i needed less repeating and less perfect, lovey dovey stuff, love and caring is great but the over the top praising and comments about how perfect each other were was a little too much.
No Going Back
After reading book 1 i couldn’t let go of the shock ending and went ahead and bought book 2, i don’t regret it at all.