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August 5, 2014

Life Interrupted {Kristen Kehoe}

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I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

Rachel Reynolds isn't running from her past, but she wouldn't mind if it stopped chasing her, either. A senior in high school getting ready to graduate, Rachel is trying to look ahead toward her future, while forgetting the one night two years ago that set events in motion which altered the course of her entire life. Part of the future she's looking for includes falling out of love with her best friend, an act she seems incapable of, especially when it appears he might just love her, too. As Rachel tries to find her footing in a relationship that has baggage before it starts, a nightmare from her past reappears, upsetting the tenuous balance of Rachel's life and threatening the one person she loves most.

This book isn't my usual genre, but I enjoyed it just the same. Rachel is a character that you can see yourself being friends with in high school. She has made mistakes, but she takes the responsibility of the consequences and does her best to make the most out of life.

I enjoyed the relationship between Rachel and Tripp. It is so obvious that Tripp cares deeply for both Rachel and her daughter. He stands up for them and is always there for them.

Overall, this was a captivating book. I would not recommend it for the younger YA group, but for the older and more mature ones - grab it up.

Meet the Author: Kristen Kehoe | Facebook | Twitter
Mom, Wife, Coffee Addict, and Book Lover
I am a writer of YA/NA contemporary novels.  I write about those crazy ages of 18-23 because there is nothing scarier than being told to grow up and decide what to do with your life and who to be so suddenly.  I write about love because it's my belief that love, in one form or another, saves us all at some point in our lives.  I am married to a man who understands and believes in me, and mother to a beautiful baby girl and a neurotic Great Dane Puppy.

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