Told in semi-alternating viewpoints and timelines, I’ll Be You tells the story of twin sisters Sam and Elli. Former actresses, they’ve moved on with their lives, or at least, they’re trying to. Sam turned to drugs and alcohol, and Elli turned to her husband and dreams for her family. But when Elli doesn’t return after… Continue reading I’ll Be You, Janelle Brown
I read this on the cover alone, which draws you in as much as the story. Imagine Frances, with rather low self-esteem and feeling left out. As a stay-at-home mom, she gets lonely. She doesn’t see a place in the Forrester mom’s world. That’s why meeting Kate changes things. She now has a friend and… Continue reading Her Pretty Face, Robyn Harding
Even though they come from different backgrounds, Lily and Robert are in love. Against his father Joseph’s wishes, Roberty marries Lily, and with their son James, their love is stronger than ever. But Joseph will stop at nothing to put Robert on the path to the future he envisions. The fallout could be disastrous. While… Continue reading The Dark Horizon, Liz Harris
I won’t summarize this as there are a ton of reviews. I couldn’t stand Cora and the extent of control she needed to assert over her children’s lives. Normally when a person is that controlling, it’s because they’ve had a major trauma in their past. It could be from her sister’s death, I’m not sure.… Continue reading We Were Mothers, Katie Sise
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