Friday, February 5, 2016

In This Life


It starts out so simply. Anna runs away to Thailand, drags her best friend Dante with her and spends a few weeks away, taking on other people’s problems while getting away from her own. She meets the enigmatic Jude Grayson, and for as long as it’s clear to both of them that it ends when they leave, she thinks she’s got the perfect fling planned out.

Or does she?

Anna returns home to find that her life is no longer the way it once was, and that she can’t stop thinking about him. She learns through tragedy that nothing she’s ever believed in has turned out to be true. The worst part? The people she loved were keeping a secret from her. And that no matter what she does, no matter how hard she fights against it, every path she takes keeps leading her back to Jude.

This is a story about love, found in a faraway place by two very unlikely people. It is also a story about friendship and loyalty and fighting for what you have despite the illogical mystery of fate. With the struggle between morality and guilt, faith and acceptance, there comes a learning that even the best-laid plans are powerless against the alignment of the universe.

From the beaches of Thailand to the streets of New York, three friends, Anna, Dante, and Jude will learn the hard way that once providence steps in, there is nothing in the world that can change what is truly meant to be.

From the very first page, you’re hooked and can’t quite reading. You feel every single emotion; the author hit it out of the park, as you find yourself laughing, crying, and getting mad each time Anna does. That also goes for Dante, and Jude. They feel so real. The character development of the characters is stop on.

I didn’t run into any grammatical errors, which always makes a story harder to follow, the flow was great, as was the pacing of the storyline. You don’t want to book to end.


Would I recommend this book to others? YES

Would I read other books written by this Author? YES

Is this a Novel or Novella? Novel

Is this book priced correctly? YES

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