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It's been a huge privilege to read this book and I can only highly recommend this author. Kate Smith's writing style is superb and this is an extraordinarily moving, beautifully written story you should definitely add to your TBR list.
Savannah, one of the main characters, has a deep self-awareness that conveys a maturity beyond her years. She is frank about herself and how others perceive her. She has a refreshing outlook for her life that is quite respectable, given her age. Her character goes through an intriguing journey as she deals with the heartache of adoption as she reflects on the loss of her mother and the expectations related to finding her biological parents. Her youthfulness is balanced well with how she is processing the range of emotions her character deals with.
Aiden Hamilton, is a likeable, realistic character and you want to see good things happen for him. I could not put the book down as I wanted to see how Dr. Hamilton deals with his past, using the lessons learned to apply to his current situations. It also shows how strong a parent child connection can be no matter what happens.
Adoption and teenage pregnancy stories are quite confrontational, but Kate Smith handles this well showing how for everyone involved there are challenges and difficult decisions. She shows how each character deals with this heavy topic, adding a depth that I have not seen in a story in a long time. I found the theme of motherhood was done well throughout the pages of this story as the reader is confronted with loss both in physical and emotional ways.
This story warms the heart and is a must read. It is a great balance between dealing with the past and moving towards the future. Kate Smith has given us a story that will leave a lasting memory, making you want more. Great book! I highly recommend this to everyone!
Kate’s writing style is simple so it was easy to follow what was going on in the story. I’d personally prefer if she’d added a few more details to some of the heavier scenes. However, she got the confusion right.
Okay, let me explain, because I think I may have confused you with my statement about the confusion.
When Savannah – or Vanna, as friends and family call her – and Aiden (one of my favorite names, by the way) realize they might be related, they don’t know how to act. And could you blame them?
They’ve been separated for fifteen years and they meet under very unlikely circumstances; all odds were that they’d never find each other. So, naturally, they were confused and you can see that in their odd behavior, especially in Savanna’s.
Speaking of her: got to love a girl who carries a notebook around.
I’m so glad the author gave her hobbies and dreams, and goals; it would’ve been so easy to forget to put work into this character and only concentrate on Aiden and his side of the story.
Or it could’ve been the other way around: a well-developed Savannah and a dull Aiden. Instead we also get to read about his dreams, his troubled relationship with his family and how he was forced to part with his daughter.
I’d recommend Reunited to people in a mood for some not far-fetched family drama with a hint of Romance.
This is a great first book by this author and I look forward to the story continuing.