💗 &🍀 I'm going to put this out there. @jennaevanswelch you have now become a must read author for me girl. Meaning if you write your version of the phone book...it's a must read for me 😂. Last November I read Love & Gelato (read it if you have not already 😃) and I fell in love. I was a little concerned going in to Love & Luck simply because....y'all know where I'm coming from...it might not be as good as the first 😮. •
Dare I say it? It might be better. I loved it. Welch has an incredible style to her writing. It is so clean, full of heart, and just carries you into these incredible characters stories.
For this one she takes the reader to Ireland for a study of heartache and healing. Pack your bags kids...I need to head to the Emerald Coast to follow: Ireland for the Heartbroken's guidebook (J. E. W. Love&Luck)
I've had some stuff going on personally that has broken my heart. It happens to us all. In many different ways. Divorce. Death. Parents. Spouse. Our children. We all have our hearts broken. •
• "Hearts break open until they stay open. It's what they were made to do. The pain? It's part of the deal. A small exchange for the wild, joyful mess you'll be handed in return. "
💗💗💗💗💗J.E.W. (ARC copy Love & Luck)
I'm sharing a snipet of my story with you guys because I'm a middle aged mom and this is a YA "designed" novel for ages 12 and up. This book spoke to me. It touched my heart deeply. I adored it. Yes, I have not even talked directly about this book. That should be a trademark for #thesoutherngirlreads 😂. Sigh...I'll put the synopsis in the comments.
If you enjoy smart Young Adult with all the feelings pick this one up May 8th 💗🍀. Thank you @simonandschuster for my advanced copy.