The Other Half Book Review

This is the first requested review book! I’ve been compensated to make an honest review. So here it is!

I started reading this yesterday, and I rarely put my Kindle down-that’s how great it was. First, there weren’t any cliches. Julie and Jack weren’t your typical couple. Julie was one of those tough girls who lived through a tough life, while Jack was going through a tough patch. The two characters complemented each other, holding each other as they tried to overcome life’s difficulties.

Although at first I admit I thought they moved to their relationship too fast. But then again if they didn’t, they wouldn’t be there for each other as Jack’s ex practically ruined his life and Julie was caught in a surprise.

The book made me emotional, as I got attached to the characters immediately. Worth reading.

About the book: (From Amazon)
Julie Polk had a hard life. She couldn’t afford college, lives in a tiny apartment with her mom, Lily, and works three jobs just to pay the bills. A chance encounter with Jack gives her a glimpse at how the other half lives.

When Julie meets Jack he is a broken man, crushed by his recent divorce and lost without his two beautiful daughters. Julie sees his good heart and decides to give him a reason to hope again. Their budding relationship is turned upside down when his ex-wife, Sophie, disrupts their lives with plans of her own.

The characters feel real as they draw you into their world. The story is poignant and rich, with a tight and twisted plot that will take your breath away. Find out what happens in The Other Half by Cotton Nightie.

About the author: (From Amazon)

I have always written, but have not always considered myself a writer. I make the distinction on purpose. I have written many short stories, portions of larger works, but while my friends have been enthusiastic supporters I had never finished a novel, nor had the courage to seek a wider audience.
When I began writing The Other Half, I knew right away it was different. The story seemed to write itself through me and would not let me rest until it was complete. I learned so much in the process and made some very good friends who helped me revise and edit my draft. When it was complete, my early readers encouraged me to make it available for others to enjoy as well.
I don’t know if this will be the beginning of something wonderful, or a quiet descent into obscurity, but in either case I am content. I have written something I love and that makes me proud. I have had the courage to share it with the world. Nothing that happens now will ever take that away. Thank you all for sharing this moment with me. I am forever grateful.
Buy it on Amazon for $2.99! Link HERE.
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12 Replies to “The Other Half Book Review”

  1. Looks like a good book. And I love that it isn’t ridiculously expensive like some books on amazon. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Sounds like really good book! I took tend to get attached to the characters when I really get into a good book!

  3. I think it’s the sign of a great book when you can get invested in the characters right off the bat! Thanks for the great review.

  4. It sounds like a great book. I love stories with a twist. I will have to check it out, thanks!

  5. Looks like an interesting book. I will have to check it out.

  6. I love reading romance stories. You know it’s good when you become emotionally attached. This one sounds like one I’m sure to love. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Oh, never read this book before but this seems really nice plus it’s really cheap too!

  8. This sounds like a great book will have to go add it to my wishlist.

  9. I absolutely love to read. I have about 20 books waiting for me, I just have to find the time to read them!

  10. Sounds like a very sassy book! I’ll pass this on. Amber N

  11. I’m not into romance books but know several who are. This price is awesome, too!

  12. Eek – I’m always scared of stories that involve ex-wives and husbands. I think it’s just too fresh in my mind right now. This sounds really, really good though.

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