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- Print Length: 267 pages
- Publication Date: August 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074LWL5TY
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #106,595 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Jocelyn reminded me so much of myself. And I love that she was around my age. She was a mother and a wife, but she didn't feel like a person. I've been there. She felt like a coward, but she was stronger than she knew. She just needed the right person to show her that.
Mike, the husband, was a complete and utter crap bag. It's not a spoiler really, because you learn this immediately in the prologue. Mike was like my ex. He came first, and no one else was even a blip on his radar. I was really rooting for him to get what he deserved, but I won't say if he did or not.
Henry was damn near perfect. He was such a good friend to Jocelyn and ever the hero when she needed saving. I loved their friendship and how it progressed into more. Their connection was really strong.
The pacing was perfect. When it comes to matters of the heart and having been through what Jocelyn went through, you can't expect her to jump in the sack with someone else right away. Even though that happens in real life, I'm glad it didn't happen to her. She guarded her heart and protected her children. She did everything she needed to make sure that her kids didn't suffer.
I loved that the whole story focused on Jocelyn and her journey to discovering who she was as a woman. I'm a big fan of dual POV, but in this case it wasn't necessary. Jodie conveyed everything Mike and Henry were feeling through dialogue and interactions with Jocelyn. Both men pretty much laid their feelings out flat, and it was up to Jocelyn to decide how to interpret them.
The side characters were awesome too, and I loved seeing how they all saw Jocelyn, even though she felt invisible most of the time.
The sex scenes...all I can say is wow. They were intense and showed how your head and your heart don't always agree, but you get a fantastic experience nonetheless.
This is an amazing story of second chances, self-discovery, and learning how to truly love. I found myself giggling at the nerd jokes and smiling big whenever Jocelyn was in a moment of happiness. It's beautiful and definitely something you'll want to read.
That epilogue though...
All the things that people rave about their favorite book, is wrapped up in a poignant story of second chances. I absolutely love the other books I've read by Ms Larson. I've loved them all... but this one is magical in its realness. Real characters with real lives. Real challenges with beautifully written real solutions.
That may sound crazy...why would you want to read about something so REAL if you're looking to escape for a few hours of reading? Because the story is full of hope and love and discovery and it is so skillfully written, you won't want it to end...
Jocelyn grew a lot within the book. Watching her blossom was beautiful and fabulous at the same time. Sometimes your rose colored glasses keep you from seeing what others see and as soon as you remove them you realize others have noticed you. Her children are her rock and who keep her going when things look tough until "he" comes along.
Now this story is different. People don't always act like they should. It is a beautiful story about overcoming. It is about looking hard enough and seeing "it" for the first time. It's about "A New Hope"
I absolutely love this story! Henry and Jocelyn are truly inspiring!
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