Release Date May 21, 2019
Pregnant and alone . . . Everyone woman’s nightmare . . .
Synopsis for Blackout
Once upon a time there lived a young girl, who battled depression and an older man who struggled with addiction. They fell head over heels in love with one another and foolishly thought their love could conquer all, that they’d beat the odds and live happily ever after. But some of the most tragic love stories are disguised as the greatest fairytales.
I thought we were past the pain, that we could finally be happy. I never imagined I’d be pregnant, alone and battling mental illness while my husband overdosed in prison. I also didn’t think he’d miss our daughter’s birth because a judge mandated him to rehab for ten months
Now, he’s free and I’m broken beyond repair. Disconnected from everything I ever loved, including my newborn baby, I’m the casualty of another blackout.
Two tortured souls, navigating Hell, trying to find that happily ever after – wondering if it even exists.
I love Janine, and I have loved her books. Again, she did not disappoint. I also love the fact that the main female character shares my name (which is a rarity lol). I love the story and how a couple has to fight for love, and their co-dependent love story is what makes it that much better.
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I have stated this before, if I was to list the number one topic in a book that I love to read, it is a true story . . .
Synopsis for Born Under Fire
Born Under Fire is a historical novel that tells the story of a girl coming of age and her drive to excel despite the devastating effects of long-term war. Born in Jerusalem under British rule in 1928, Shula grows up in a world in turmoil as Hitler rises to power and nations enter into war. Amid a landscape of ancient stone ruins next to modern Bauhaus architecture, and desert scrub ending at newly verdant farmlands, Shula grows into her independence as the State of Israel is born. Based on historical documents and events, Born Under Fire is also about the context surrounding the founding of the State of Israel, as well as the horrors and dangers of growing up in a conflict zone. Shula battles grief and depression due to the shattering Evers affecting her, her family, and the entire world. Despite this struggle, her resilient spirit enables her to reach great heights as a concert pianist . . .
I love anything that has to do with anything in the past, or even another part of the world. This book brings both of them together in a beautifully written story that is dramatic, suspenseful, real-life trauma. So far, I have not read a historical book that I have not liked. I give the book ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️
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