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A troubled young mother yearns for a shot at redemption in this heartbreaking yet hopeful story from #1 New York Times bestselling author Colleen Hoover.
After serving five years in prison for a tragic mistake, Kenna Rowan returns to the town where it all went wrong, hoping to reunite with her four-year-old daughter. But the bridges Kenna burned are proving impossible to rebuild. Everyone in her daughter’s life is determined to shut Kenna out, no matter how hard she works to prove herself.
The only person who hasn’t closed the door on her completely is Ledger Ward, a local bar owner and one of the few remaining links to Kenna’s daughter. But if anyone were to discover how Ledger is slowly becoming an important part of Kenna’s life, both would risk losing the trust of everyone important to them.
The two form a connection despite the pressure surrounding them, but as their romance grows, so does the risk. Kenna must find a way to absolve the mistakes of her past in order to build a future out of hope and healing.
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Reminder’s of Him is another book by the one and only Colleen Hoover. This book did not live up to the hype. I usually wait a while to purchase a hyped-up book but I fell for it. The storyline is great but it did not strike me like “Ugly Love” did nor the latest one I read “November 9th.” Kenna and Ledger’s character development is a bit out of stretch. Love at first sight? I don’t think so. I mean it’s one thing to think someone is hot but leave that kind of first impression?
I have on my TBR pile “Maybe Someday” but how about a break on Colleen Hoover?
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but then moments like these remind me that happiness isn’t some permanent thing we’re all tying to achieve in life, it’s merely a thing that shows up every now and then, sometimes in tiny doses that are just substantial enough to keep us going.― Colleen Hoover, Reminders of Him
People say you fall in love, but fall is such a sad word when you think about it. Falls are never good. You fall on the ground, you fall behind, you fall to your death. Whoever was the first person to say they fell in love must have already fallen out of it. Otherwise, they’d have called it something much better.― Colleen Hoover, Reminders of Him
It proves that time, distance, and devastation allow people enough opportunity to craft villains out of people they don’t even know― Colleen Hoover, Reminders of Him