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    a wonderful outlook

    Better Together, written by Kimberly Stuart, is book three of the Heidi Elliott series. This is the first book I've read by this author, but I definitely don't want it to be my last. Although it's the third in the series, it works well as a standalone. I'm sure if I would have read the others in the series I would have had a greater understanding of some of the things in the book, but I didn't feel like I was missing anything along the way reading out of order (which I must say, I do not do very often!). I'm conflicted with this book. I have some personal experiences with miscarriage and adoption which make it difficult to gauge my review without taking those experiences into the read with me. So, I'm going to try to be very fair in this review by trying to take 'me' out of it. I loved how the author was really funny in so many of the responses that she imparted in the character of Heidi. She had me laughing at quite a few things. I wasn't so thrilled about how she really took on the miscarriages and wouldn't let life continue through them. I realize that many women are like that, but am not impressed by those kind of people. I thought the author did great in creating the way that Heidi dealt with her friends. Oh, so many women are exactly like this character and could learn by reading this book...How not to be & how to fix it too! One character I really wasn't crazy about was the child, Nora. Although she did have some cute attributes...for the main part, this child was very much a spoiled only child. Cute at times, but some of the stuff could have driven me nutso. One quote that I thought was really neat was when Heidi was speaking to a person about hope and how it disappoints and this was the response that she was given, "But hope also propels and inspires and builds good things from devastating things. In my experience, it's worth the risk." What a wonderful outlook! I would say that as a rather conservative person, I wouldn't suggest this book for anyone not married. It has mature marriage topics within it, although not taken too far, but in the same token things that married people would be able to read without issue. I definitely would recommend Better Together as I did enjoy many parts of it and think that others without my personal experiences could find joy in many more pages than I may have. I was given this book by the author. I was not expected to give a positive review. All thoughts and comments are my own.
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