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Shout Out – Author Jennifer Peel – Must Read!

Jennifer Peel

I get so many review requests. It’s overwhelming sometimes. I wish that I could get to all of them but there are not enough hours in the day. My to-read list is endless… reading 37 books in the month of January didn’t even dent that list. With the amount I read it has become harder and harder for me to find a book that I don’t want to put down. I crave those kind of books and I love when I finally read one that keeps me stuck to its pages unable to stop thinking about it.

Jennifer Peel‘s book Professional Boundaries happened to be on the top of my Kindle when I finished a book mid January so I opened it and thought I would give it a try.

It totally sucked me in and I ended up reading the entire thing staying up way too late. ?I added the rest of her books to my to read list but at the time was busy finishing up the long list of Whitney Award nominees I committed to read so I didn’t have time to read anything else.

Jennifer?had a new book come out a couple days ago House Divided that she sent to me for review. Friday night I was at a point where I didn’t have anything else I was committed to read so I started it and again stayed up way too late reading. ?Once again I loved it.

I had her book The Girl in 24B so I started that one next. ?And then was thrilled to search my Kindle to find that I already had her book Other Side of the Wall.

48 hours after starting House Divided I’m sleep deprived but have?finished?the 3 books I hadn’t read?and am anxiously awaiting the next one.

Jennifer’s?books are clean. They made me laugh and cry and pulled at my emotions. The characters were so real. When I finished I found myself thinking about the stories and feeling like I had just been on a real life roller coaster ride. More than once I found myself so emotionally wrapped up in what happened that I had to stop myself and say wait this is just a story.

I’m not sure I can pick a favorite, I loved them all for different reasons, but I do have a favorite quote from one of them…

I’m not sure how long I stayed out there, but I never ended up reading my stupid book. What was the point anyway? I knew the ending would be a manufactured “happy” ending. What books never tell you is what happens after the story, the story where the husband grows tired of his wife and leaves her with three children and a broken heart. The story where the woman is left grappling for answers and pained with self-doubt and an overwhelming sense of loss and failure. Of course, they never made stories like that because who in their right mind would want to read such misery?

I loved reading the “misery” described in this story because it was so true to life. Thankfully I also got the manufactured happy ending I crave but it was quite a ride getting there.

If you are looking for something wonderful to read give one of these books a try. The are available for FREE if you have Kindle unlimited or you can also borrow for free if you have Kindle Prime. And being that you are a book lover I’m assuming you have one or both of the options available ;).

If not splurge and buy these. You won’t be disappointed.

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Comments

  1. This is a GREAT post: Informative, enthusiastic, and entertaining. I love the cover art that she has for her books, and they lend a certain emotion that seems to parallel the synopsis of the book. These all sound REALLY good, and I hope I get to read and review them at some point.

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  2. Laura Hunter says

    Yes, yes, yes! Agreed! I have read all of Peel’s books and your review is spot on. I wish I could explain it that well myself. Thanks for your reviews.

  3. Thank you for posting things like this. It makes me excited to delve into her books.