Thursday, March 23, 2017

Vivienne’s Guilt written by Heather M. Orgeron (240 pgs) – finished reading 8/21/16 – 4 stars - Contemporary Romance

This was definitely a difficult one to read. So heartbreaking and sad. But, Vivienne has a very protective and supporting cast of family and friends. Her world has been just ripped apart while she finds that her daughter is in need of a strong and confident mother. Vivienne is barely hanging on herself. How will she find the strength to cope with his absence?

I don’t want to give away much more than that. This does not have your conventional romantic ending. But, it’s an appropriate ending nonetheless. I loved that epilogue! It was totally fitting! At times I wasn’t always Viv’s biggest fan, but the author made the story work. No one could possibly understand having the love of your life taken at such a young age. So, I was willing to cut her some slack. I loved Reid! He seemed wise beyond his young years. Such a caring and kind sweetheart! And, Tillie, such a cute and brave little girl!

The story will suck you in from page one. Read it in one sitting because I just had to know how the author would wrap this one up. You will need some tissues at times. But, Viv’s story is all about finding your way when devastation takes away your sanity for awhile only to find yourself fighting to regain your strength. I enjoyed this book immensely! And, you will too...

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