Monday, March 2, 2020

Better Believe It

~ I received no compensation and opinions are 100% my own or my family. ~

Synopsis (from Amazon):  Jada Marlone’s life appears to be perfect on social media. She has a loving husband, a beautiful child, and a successful career. What she doesn’t post about is the disconnect she feels in her marriage, the difficulties of motherhood, and her strained relationship with her mother.

Resigned to never being truly happy, Jada runs into an ex-boyfriend. While trying to decide whether the coincidence is her second chance at happiness, Jada begins having dreams that feature her dead cousin Gina.

With Gina’s help, Jada starts to uncover the real reasons behind her life decisions. As Jada tries to figure out her future, uncontrollable events threaten her resolve. Will she be able to draw from all she learned from Gina, or will she risk making the same mistakes twice?

One (or more) Sentence Summary:  I really liked how Better Believe It is written and Jada has visitors from heaven.  Oh how I would love to experience it! I loved all the characters and they seemed so real. Jada's life is pretty much like a rollercoaster (slowly going up, just to come crashing down, with a sharp twist and turn).  I did enjoy the ride along side her.

Once I started,  I didn't want to stop. Very quick and enjoyable read!

Would I Read Other Books by the Author: Yes, I really enjoyed Better Believe It and would love to read Better in the Morning.

Fern Ronay has lived in NYC, Chicago, and now sunny Los Angeles with her husband, but she will always consider herself a Jersey girl. She is the author of two novels, Better in the Morning and Better Believe It, and is the host of the podcast Signs from the Other Side, as well as a host at AfterBuzzTV network.

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