Happy Saturday. I hope you all had a great week. I’m here to kick off your weekend with a possible new read. I’m excited to do this review. Not only because Amelia is my friend and pub sister, but because she’s a great person. And she’s written so
many reviews boosting other authors being able to put her in the spotlight for
a change is an honor.
Now I’m sure you’re thinking this is going to be a biased
review, and maybe it is a little, but it’s also going to be honest and true.
and for some that is a turn off. Tanner did a not so smart, drunken thing and
one would be prepared to hate him for it. But I didn’t, and here’s why, he
owned it. From the very beginning Tanner owned his mess up and all the proper
groveling ensued. Yes, he was drunk, but no he didn’t use that as an excuse for
his behavior or to try and play it off as not a big deal. I was prepared to
dislike Tanner, but he made it impossible.
putting in the effort to win back her trust, other things come to light.
Kissing another woman wasn’t the first time he’d let her down and broken
promises to her. Writing about an established couple gives a different
perspective on the relationship. We aren’t watching new people fall in love, we
instead watch a couple rediscover each other and renew their love along the
fell the wayside. It’s easy to take those around you for granted. Izzy, she had
her own idea of what being a supportive wife meant, which in large part was not
complaining. With each thing Tanner forgot, she swallowed down her hurt and
disappointment and put on a happy face. Her own history with her parents made
her put on a happy face in fear of upsetting the balance and worries of
We see how they were in comparison to where life had taken them. Over a series
of dates Tanner arranges to win back his wife’s trust they slowly get back to
where they were. It’s a heart-warming story and I wish more people wrote about