I will read anything I can get my hands on. Seriously.
Most books I read are reviewed for Harlequin Junkie, but I'll have an occasional independent or author requested review that I'll post.
‘But I guess that’s sort of the point of love between two people–you can’t re-create it. Every time you love, everyone you love, the love is different. You’re different in it.’
One True Loves was a wild emotional ride. In a good way. With a premise that completely sparked my imagination, this was one book that I simply just could not put down–I had to know the outcome. And I have a feeling others will be just as captivated.
Taylor Jenkins Reid has written some of the most complicated, touching women’s fiction I have ever read. I love how she can put characters in tough situations and can ask the questions that it seems no one else dares. And that the answers are not easy, but they are real and completely from the heart. This story was a perfect example. Here the issue was: What happens when a widow moves on with her life after struggling through her grief, only to find her husband is not dead? And how does that change her future?