I’m so glad Kieran and Bennett got their “one more day”
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I’ve been pondering for ages just how to review this book.
Do I focus on the brilliant way Cara Dee makes you root for a couple who are breaking a romance taboo?
Do I focus on the narrative which takes you on a five-year journey from tentative friendship, through to genuine affection and into a deep-rooted forever love?
Do I focus on how life isn’t black and white but made up of various shades of grey, some much darker than others, and how Bennett and Kieran struggled throughout their affaires de cœur?
Or do I focus on how this book is about love, about how it finds us in the most unlikely of places at times and how the journey to a lifelong happy ending is often paved with broken glass and shards of other peoples’ pain?
Let me just say that I adored this book. I adored Bennett and Kieran, I loved their collective kids, I loved Bennett’s dad and his sister, I loved Kieran’s sister Grace and his brothers Des and Con. I hated Kieran’s other family. I felt sorry for Maggie and I was utterly indifferent to Allison.
“You’re my ‘If I could just have one more day’ person. You know what I mean?”
Yes Kieran, I know what you mean and I’m so glad you and Bennett got your one more day.
As a PS, this cover also features one of my all-time favourite models so that’s another bonus point 😉
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.