Friday, January 11, 2019

A Me and You Thing by Taylor Dean {Review}

A Me and You Thing by Taylor Dean
Kindle Edition, 367 pages
Published December 10th 2018 by Taylor Dean Books 
Source: I received a complimentary copy. All opinions expressed are my own and were voluntarily given.

Golden couple, Sawyer and Quinn Denali, have an amazing love story. A match in every way, their happiness is evident to all who spend time with them. The arrival of twin baby girls completes their picture-perfect family.

When Quinn has the opportunity to help others on a two-week volunteer trip, she reluctantly leaves her family, knowing a short break from the demands of motherhood will be good for her. She doesn't expect the trip to change her life forever. But it does. It changes everything.

Struggling from day to day, the young family moves forward, finding happiness . . . and love.

But fate isn't done mixing things up in their lives. When an unexpected event leaves them all reeling, the unspoken question rings loudly and can't be ignored: "What happens now?"

A Me and You Thing is a novel that explores the strength of enduring love and friendship.
My Review: 5 Stars
Taylor Dean--you are my fave! There is something so deliciously satisfying about reading a book that is not only well written, but has rock-solid characters and unexpected twists--so poignant and beautiful.
Ms. Dean absolutely captivated me with her vividly descriptive words and I could not put this one down. Really--I put off some pretty important stuff for this book. This book is very clearly told in a couple of different points of view and those glimpses only served to add a rich depth to the story. There were parts that were real and raw, almost like watching a train wreck and being physically unable to look away, and there were other parts that were so tender and wrenching and I literally thought my heart would shatter.
I was swimming in the depths of despair, catching a sweet glimmer of hope when suddenly -- What. The. HECK?!? The twists and turns caught me off guard and left me reeling, broken, and sympathetic. This is one hauntingly beautiful story that is going to stay with me for a long, long time.

Content: moderate romance (kissing, fade-to-black intimacy); mild+ violence; mild language

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