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For Better or For Worse (Til Death Us Do Part) (Volume 1) Paperback – March 31, 2014
This month's Book With Buzz: "Little Fires Everywhere" by Celeste Ng
From the bestselling author of Everything I Never Told You, a riveting novel that traces the intertwined fates of the picture - perfect Richardson family and the enigmatic mother and daughter who upend their lives. See more
About the Author
Krissy V is a mother to two young children, who in turn keep her young. She lives in Dublin, Ireland but is originally from South Devon in the UK. She works full time in a pharmacy and writes in her spare time: in her lunch hour, when watching TV at night and anywhere the urge takes her. She has always been interested in reading from a young age and then 2 years ago she was given a kindle as a present and it was the best thing that happened to her. She was able to read lots of books ever week and then started to write reviews for all the books she read. She took this one step further and started her own facebook page – Sparkling Pink Bookshelf. She intended to upload all of her reviews for the books she read. This was purely for pleasure and then she answered a post on facebook for someone to read for reviews and thought she had died and gone to heaven. She was reading about 7/8 books a week, the kindle made this achievable. She would read at any opportunity she could, even staying up til the small hours to finish a book. She loved it. Then one day she was asked to beta read a book – she loved this side of it, it was so exciting. She has worked with a number of indie authors and have remained loyal to a few select authors and she beta reads all their books. After a year or more of doing this, she thought maybe she could write some of the stories that were in her head and she just decided to write and see what happened. She wrote about 70% of a story and then saw a post for the NaNoWriMo competition – to write 50,000 words in 30 days, she decided that this was a challenge she wanted to take and the Til Death Us Do Part series was born. She is always thinking of situations that can be turned into a story and has started a few stories, which in turn will be completed and released to her readers.
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Top customer reviews
Ok, first let me say I absolutely loved this book. It is a story you hate to love. Felix is such a dick I want to punch him in the throat 5 times with steal knuckles. Tasha needs some help and a wake up call. She needs to tell people what the hell is going on before the vow 'Til Death Us Do Part' comes real soon for her.
Krissy this had to have been more difficult than I could express to write because to read it was torture.
Ok, about this effed up book, in a OMG READ IT kinda way, Tasha married the man of her dreams he was confident, thoughtful, caring, loving, compassionate, & all hers. Then they said 'I Do'. The Felix she fell in love with was nowhere to be seen. Within 4 weeks she saw a man she did not know and had no one to turn to, she was sure no one would believe her when she told them the man he had become. The one person she does confide in is the one person who could make her situation worse, literally be the death of her.
This store is about Natasha's journey and courage. "Tasha". Finds her self having to reevaluate life. She thought she had everything. Married the man she loved who turned out to be the nightmare no girl could ever dream off.
She must face the truth on what she must do and the courage she must dig from deep inside herself. Along the way she has amazing friends and turns up a unlikely one by accident.
Di I wanna leave you curious, yes. Is this a story for the faint of heart oh lord no. It's a story of a woman faced with abuse to the harshest degree. The trials she faces, how she deals with it and what she must do the be strong and fight for herself. She finds out who she really is and what she can do.
I cried and screamed while reading this book. I also laughed and found hope. This story touched me because I lived it once. It's hard. You question yourself daily. Just like Natasha did. But just like her she finds the courage to be strong and what she needs to do. I highly recommend this book. I couldn't put it Down and I bet you couldn't either