Friday, June 9, 2017

Reading Amy Convicted Review


Guest Blog for Reading Amy 
Amy doesn't have her own blog yet but we will be 
carrying her reviews. We hope that you enjoy 
her remarks about Convicted by Jayda Iris

About the Book
After getting married and having children way too young, recently divorced Presley Williams decides to move on with her life, but not before reliving her teen years while working as a DJ in a teen dance club. As the center of attention, Presley gets caught up in the popularity as well as the drama.

When Presley meets Drew Mansfield, she takes a seat on a roller coaster that turns into the ride of her life. Her best friend and soul mate, Drew becomes Presley’s obsession. But when Drew gets sentenced to years in prison, Presley’s love and loyalty is tested.

In a desperate attempt for companionship, she turns to Drew’s rival and cousin, Kendall Roberts. What starts out as friendship turns to a hot romance that takes Presley by surprise. Now, caught up in a tormenting love triangle with two bad boys, Presley is forced to make the hardest decision of her life. Choices have consequences. Consequences that affect three souls. Three souls knitted together but forever changed. Who will Presley choose?
Book Link  Pages   298  Genre Family Life Love and Romance  Review 4.5 out of 5

Now for the review

Who was your favorite character?
I actually have 2, Presley, of course, but also Luke. Presley is the obvious choice, you can relate to her. She has a rough marriage, then ends up divorced with 2 kids, living with her parents basically. She's in her mid 20's and doesn't quite want to grow up yet, to an extent. Next is Luke, even when Presley isn't being the wife she should be, he still stands with her. He loves her, and you cant help but admire that quality. He wants his marriage to work, so he waits patiently until she tells him to leave.

Did this book make you laugh or cry?
Both. There are instances where you're doing both at the same time even. You laugh, cry, get mad, you feel it all.

How long did it take you to read this book?
Only 4-5 hours. Once I started, I didn't stop until I was done.

Would you read another book by this author?
Most definitely!

Did you find the book believable?
I really did. As a woman who was divorced at 22 with a small child, I had some of these same feelings and thoughts. My life wasn't like Presley's, but if my story had been anything like hers, I could see myself responding in some of the same ways.

If this book was made into a movie, who would you see as the leading male?
I can't really come up with anyone right off the top of my head, I'll answer this later lol

What was you favorite thing about Presley/Eve?
She knew in many of the situations that she was in, it wasn't right. Yet she had this urge to just let go. At times she might've let go too much, but she learned from it. I think it made her, in the end, a better mother, wife, and person. Sometimes you have to mess up before you can truly find yourself.

Bio about Amy 
Amy is a stay at home mother and she loves to read if you would like to have her review your book please comment below and we will get back to you as soon as we can. Thanks Amy for joining us today.

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