Review: Journey to the centre of myself by Andie M Long

Synopsis:

FROM THE WRITER OF THE ALPHA SERIES AND BALLS SERIES COMES A STANDALONE ABOUT WOMEN AND RELATIONSHIPS.

Two women. Two different paths in life.

Amber’s husband is pressuring her to have a baby. Amber wants to have fun. She gives in to her husband, only to find that all is not as it seems.

Karen’s marriage is at its end, rocked by grief and lies. Newly redundant, she leaves on a flight to Berlin, to spend time alone and consider her future.

Amber is the temp who took over Karen’s job. But that’s not all the two women have in common. One woman’s drunken kiss in a nightclub will lead to their paths crossing once again.

Life is about to reveal new journeys for them both.

 

Review:

I’m a fan of Andie M Long work and this book is more like Underneath, don’t get me wrong, there’s still humour in it, but it’s more down to earth and real and absolutely resonated with me.

It follows the story of two main female characters, and is intriguing in how they interlink with each other. Having had some things in common, it’s amazing how differently their lives turn out.

I could relate to both these characters in different ways. The emotions are so well written you feel their pain, their joys and their frustrations yourself.

It’s a very simple, yet very addictive story that I thoroughly enjoyed reading.

(Five stars – Helen)

This book was purchased by the reviewer.

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