You me and everything book review

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you me and everything book review

You Me Everything by Catherine Isaac

You and me, we have history. We have a child together. We have kept secrets from each other for far too long. This summer, in the beautiful hills of the Dordogne, it is time for everything to change. I voluntarily reviewed an arc of this book. All opinions are my own and no content may be copied. However, authors and publishers may use elements of my reviews for quotes.
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You, Me, Everything by Catherine Isaac – review

Post a Comment. Today it is my stop on the blog tour for You, Me, Everything by Catherine Isaac and I am thrilled to finally be able to share with you my review for this beautiful little gem of a book. You, Me, Everything is a book that will leave a lasting mark on your heart. It is so beautifully written and such an honest and realistic read. Jess is our main character and we are first introduced to her as she gives birth to a beautiful baby boy but her boyfriend Adam was not ready for this kind of responsibility and so Jess, with the help of her loving mother and father, raised little William as a single parent.

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Thank you! Jess finally calls it quits with her unfaithful boyfriend, Adam, when he fails to show up for the birth of their son. But 10 years later, she wonders. Maybe her son needs to know his father after all. Working as a creative writing instructor at a local sixth-form college, Jess has been raising William on her own. Her parents adore William, who worships his grandfather, and Jess vehemently disavows any suggestion that William might need more than the occasional visit from Adam. After all, Adam always said he didn't want children, and his inappropriate presents—baby toys for a 5-year-old and an enormous bike for an 8-year-old—just underline how little he knows his son.

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We have a child together. We have kept secrets from each other for far too long. Jess has raised her son William on her own for the last ten years. But then Adam invites William and Jess to his hotel in France. Whilst there Jess will have to assess her true feelings for Adam and deal with a tragic secret of her own.

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