Book– Reminders of Him
Author – Colleen Hoover
Publisher: Montlake Romance (18 January 2022)
Paperback: 336 pages
Kenna Rowan is a 26-year-old woman who has recently been released from prison after causing the death of her boyfriend, Scotty, in a drunk driving accident five years earlier.
She returns to town with the wish of getting back detention for her and Scotty’s daughter who is being raised by Scotty’s parents, the Landrys. However, the Landrys are still furious and miserable over the loss of their son. Meanwhile, Kenna ends up meeting Ledger, Scotty’s best friend, who has been helping to raise her daughter.
Such a beautiful book. I found the central romance to be sweet and convincing. I will admit that I started tearing up at one point while reading this. To the extent the mood strikes, I’d say something like this is perfect for scratching that itch. Language is very amazing. It is a slow enemy to lovers’ tropes. If you like emotional books this is just for you. I just sob the entire time while reading this book. I find this book extremely emotional and I just love being in pain.so I loved this book.
I think Colleen Hoover fans will love this book, and others who are wondering if they’d be someone who might enjoy her work should consider checking this out.
I truly recommend this book to everyone.
some of my favourite quotes from this book Reminders of him
- I want to learn how to talk to people without wishing I could retract every word I said. I want to be good at feeling things when a guy touches my waist. I want to be good at life. I want to make it look effortless, but up until this point, I’ve made every aspect of life appear entirely too difficult to navigate.
- I do cry.
- because life can be so fucking cruel and hard, and I’ve wanted to quit living it so many times, but then moments like these remind me that happiness isn’t some permanent thing we’re all trying 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.
- But I immediately wish I would have said, “Everything.”
- But I want to kiss her again.
- Crying seems to be the only thing left in life that I’m good at.
- Choose your battles, they say. But what happens when you never choose any?
- surely no one dies when they’re at their happiest.
- the reminders of him only make me smile.
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