'Til I Want No More by Robin W. Pearson ~ Review

My Review:

On the outside everything seems to be falling into place for Maxine, a successful columnist, and engaged to be married to a upstanding Christian man. But as the wedding day draws nearer, the secrets that Maxine thought were buried begin to come to the surface, and a face from the past threatens to undermine the life she has made for herself. 

A well formulated novel where emotions run deep, the plot straddles the line between being character-driven and plot-driven, taking the best of both worlds. A spellbinding read with well realized characters that feel tangible in their imperfections and pain. The family dynamics are gritty and realistic, this was an easy book to get swept away into as we move forward and back Maxine's timeline as she ponders what it means to be known and loved. 

A heartfelt read, I loved how the Christian elements of this story flow naturally through it like a river, a strong integral part of the plot.

Overall, this is a poignant and compelling read that follows a woman and her family, faced with tough realities, but armed with strong faith. Captivating and heartfelt, with surprising twists and turns along the way, I will definitely be reading more from this author in the future. Highly recommend!

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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