The book moves from 2011, to 2014 & back to 2004, then back & forth between the years. I don’t usually like books that do this, but this is an exception. By writing it like this you get to see what has happened to bring January, a single parent, to where she is now, what has shaped her life, and those closest to her.
It’s a moving story about love, the different kinds there are, for family, for pets, for childhood homes & for that one person you want to spend your life with.
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There are betrayals, misconceptions, secrets, rumours, sadness but all worked into a story that kept me riveted from start to finish.
Reserve The Things We Do For Love