Yes, it’s a great read! Hard to put down. But I also came away with a sense of having had a conversation that you have with your best girlfriends curled up on a girl’s weekend away, sitting at the lodge fire with wine and staying up late. What do we want vs. what do we get from these relationships? What do we pour in? How does our past shape our vision of our future, and how does our vision of our future shape its reality? As women what are we misunderstanding about ourselves and our loved ones? What do men think and know, and how did they get there? What are the burdens and treasures of the past that hold us back from living as our true selves? As girlfriends, wives and mothers, who are we and who is our real relationship with? Where do I find my shining light? Loved this book.

Edy Kizaki

I love the book. Pretty captivating and an easy read. If you don’t live life from your true inner self, no matter how much others may love you, love will never be enough. When you live from your true inner self, love will be the culmination of how you live your life not what someone else brings to your life.

Mallika Allu

Well written and you get hooked right from the start!

Amber Hailey