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A nice read that dealt with some serious issues
on February 10, 2015
This book is deeply emotional with a very touching and hard ending. It's a story of learning to love, moving beyond your past, and loss. This was an enjoyable read, I didn’t care for it as much as I did her first book. I had issues with the little voices they were almost like an angle on one shoulder and the devil on the other. I just could not get into that. The author does give you a wonderful plot, again dealing with some very serious issues that she does a wonderful job with.
Cleo is sweet, kind and a wonderful lady who has issues with trust, love and a past that hunts her. Fletcher is kind of a cocky southern man who really I felt was misunderstood for the most part. He wrote a book as a joke but the joke was on him. He has women falling all over him trying to change his ways and his mind. That is until Cleo no women had told him NO. He really had women chasing him and his ego might have gotten a little to big but Cleo sure did bring it down a peg or two.
I really liked all the character from his friends who I thought was funny to Big Mama was the funniest character. I had a few minor issues with this book but the biggest one I had was Cleo hearing voice and talking to them. It was almost like she had a split personality, I just had issues with it in this plot, I didn’t feel like it went with the story. Had it just been her grandmother she was talking to I would have bought that. I am giving this book a 3.5 star. I did really enjoy this first book from this author and do plan on reading more from her.