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.
‘My best friend was right. Things weren’t the same anymore. We had to make adjustments. But what mattered most, the bond between us, hadn’t changed. And it wouldn’t.’
You know when you struggle over a decision, making what seems to be the best choice at the time, only to have it make things more complicated later on? That’s basically the premise behind The Friendship Pact. And what a truly tangled web of choices it is…
Novels about women’s friendship always get under my skin and cut right through to my heart. It’s a universal subject. We’ve all had a friendship or two that has in some way affected our lives. And this story gets down to the real core of how these two women, Bailey and Koralynn, became friends, why they stayed together, and the events that threatened to tear them apart after more than two decades together. Author Tara Taylor Quinn explores their differences and similarities, showing us how each woman chose their own path in love and life, but kept that thread of friendship, even during their most difficult times.
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