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    The Last Post

    Rene Carlino is one of my favourite authors. She never disappoints. The Last Post was incredible. Layla and Micah will steal your heart. A must read is all I will say. Find out for yourself what magic Renee Carlino creates❤️ Five stars
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    See Ya On The Other Side

    3.5 stars When I pick up a Renee Carlino book, I know that it's going to be an emotional ride. One that will pull on my heartstrings and make me examine my own life and experiences. The Last Post was no different. Laya's journey after the sudden death of her husband was painful, poignant, and sometimes frustrating. There was a lot of hot and cold and erratic behavior, but I think it was the author's way of showing how disjointed and broken Laya felt. People cope and handle grief in so many different ways. I'm hesitant to call this book a romance because even though there were romantic elements, I felt the story was more about healing, forgiveness, and self discovery. My favorite chapter in the book was actually one where Laya and her father speak about grief and loss. It was such a heartbreaking and uplifting chapter. One that gave me a different perspective and had me reframing my own experiences and feelings. I liked both Laya and Micah, but I can't say that I loved them. Micah was a creepy stalker and did some really questionable things in his attempts to get to know Laya. I just didn't feel the spark and connection that they supposedly shared. They were both emotionally stunted and the back and forth dance between them with Laya pulling away and Micah coming on way too strong or constantly apologizing got old pretty quickly. Micah just felt too desperate for most of the book, taking any scrap Laya would grant him. The first part of the book was a bit confusing and slow for me, but the ending and epilogue were very sweet and tied the story together really well. Overall, The Last Post is a thoughtful read that will have you holding your loved ones next time a little longer and tighter. *I voluntarily read an advance review copy of this book*

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