When Tasha marries the man of her dreams she wants him to be her forever.
He loves her, protects her and makes her laugh……….
Until they actually get married.
Follow along as she lives through her wedding vows from For Better or For Worse, then on to In Sickness and In Health and finally see if she makes it to To Love and To Cherish.
The path of true love never runs smooth and that is the case for Tasha.
However, this is a love story and when life throws her a curveball she has to decide whether to catch it………or run away from it.
A little warning – there will be big, fat, ugly tears. There will be shouting at the book.
There will be heart fluttering moments. If that’s what you like in a book, then dive on in and read Tasha’s story about how the perfect love can go horribly wrong.
I didn’t get a chance to finish reading and include my review. I have now and here it is.
This book is not for the faint of heart, but if you can stick it out you will see into the life of an abused woman. I found myself early on disliking both Felix and Tasha. Her because Felix is abusive right from the start of their marriage and I felt she should have left him. I disliked Felix for obvious reasons.
As the story continues, Krissy shows an inside look into an abused woman and why she stays. We see that Tasha is stronger than we first think and believes Felix will go back to the loving man she fell in love with. Krissy shows us Felix’s dark behavior and his magnetic personality; don’t want to say too much more and spoil the story.
This book took me on an emotional rollercoaster ride and at times was tough to get through because of the abuse. I love how the story winds down and what happens to Tasha. I would strongly suggest adults only read this story. Also, let me mention this is not written in American English, so some words will seem odd. I did notice some grammar errors and punctuation even using the English style of writing.
I would recommend this book with the above criteria taken into consideration.
She is a mother to two young children, who in turn keep her young. She lives in Dublin, Ireland, but she’s originally from South Devon in the UK. She works full time in a pharmacy and writes in all her spare time, in her lunch hour, when watching TV at night and anywhere the urge takes her.
Her secret sin is peanut butter and banana sandwiches. She is half Norwegian and can speak fluent Norwegian as well as English.
She writes stories that are slightly taboo, but that are things that happen in everyday life.
She is always thinking of situations that be turned into a story and has started a few stories, which in turn will be completed and released to her readers.