Friday, July 25, 2014

Book Review-Enduring Everything

By M Sembera

Note: I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review

4 out of 5 stars

When I started this book, I had no background and knew nothing about the book. Therefore, I was a little confused on a few things. After a little research, I found that it was the last in a series of books, and things started to make sense. With that being said, you really don't need to have read the other books in the series to read this book (if you can overlook a few parts that you may not completely understand-and there really aren't that many). 

Once you get into the book, it is the story of true love. Jackson waits pretty much his whole life for Ren. He waits until she raises her daughter and marries her off before trying to pursue her. And peruse her he does. A proposal of marriage may seem abrupt, but seeing as though they have known each other their entire lives, it really isn't. He does everything in his power to SHOW Ren of his love for her, without her even knowing- the sign of true love. 

This is a story of love, but it is also a story of healing. Ren is having to get through what has happened in her past.  On her honeymoon and once she gets home again, Ren runs into her ex a few times, which stirs up old memories. An old friend, Amila, has an adopted daughter, Charlotte, that is having issues coping with life at home due to her past and what she has endured prior to coming and living with Amila and her family.  Amila calls on Ren to help out with Charlote since they have similar pasts. It is then that Ren can start to truly heal and get through her past and the memories that haunt her. 

This is such a loving and heartfelt story. A simple run through by a beta reader could make it a 5 star book because of the spelling and grammatical errors. I really liked the fact that the love scenes were tastefully done. Just enough was implied that you knew what was going on, but they weren't so overdone, like so many books these days, that you felt uncomfortable or uneasy about what you were reading. I would suggest this book and liked it so much that I would even go back and reads the rest of the series leading up to this one!  Great work M. Sembera!

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