Book Review: Southern Solstice by Sarah Sadler

“God, you’re amazing, Larken. And now you’re my amazing.”

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Definitely read! | 5/5 stars | Buy your copy of Southern Solstice

Overview: Larken is heartbroken when her fiancé, David, calls off the wedding and walks out of her life leaving her shaken and confused. She moves back to her hometown of Charleston, South Carolina and finds herself accepting a position at a doctors office where she not only finds the job rewarding and enjoyable, but it opens her eyes to a world she never knew existed.

What I loved: Immediately hooked me, the writing and descriptions, the CHARACTERS!!, an extremely well done love triangle, and that ending!

What I didn’t: A little slow in parts, wished for more of Larken’s sister and the dynamics of her in the family.

If you like Nicolas Sparks then: what are you waiting for?! Order your copy and be charmed away by this gem! Jewels on your crown 😉

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I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Book Review: Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

A beautiful and unconventional love story that will tear your heart into pieces.

Must Read | 5/5 stars | Buy your copy of Me Before You

Overview: 
Louisa Clark was perfectly content working at the neighborhood cafe, but after suddenly being let go, she finds herself in desperate need of a new job. She accepts a position as a caregiver to a quadriplegic named Will. He’s extremely unpleasant to Louisa at first, but over time their relationship changes. This is a beautiful and unconventional love story that will tear your heart into pieces.

What I loved: 
Louisa’s character (totally want to be her friend), I laughed and cried (then cried some more). It challenged my beliefs and created a full discussion between my husband and I. SO much more than just a love story…

What I didn’t: Will’s decision (but honestly, I couldn’t imagine having it end any other way.)

If you liked The Fault in Our Stars, Before We Were Strangers, or Confess then: read this NOW!

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