- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 4763 KB
- Print Length: 351 pages
- Publisher: Golland Family Pty Ltd; 1 edition (21 Aug. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073YTKM29
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 12 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #80,634 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top customer reviews
This book is so.... real.
The feelings and thoughts are just superb and totally relatable to the majority of married couples. It's definitely hit a nerve with me.
I have read every single book KM has written and she has NEVER failed to entertain and amuse me.
I love Dean and Tash and their dramas. I felt the need to cover my eyes and groan at their antics whilst laughing my head off. I love that we get to have a bit of Bryce and Alexis in this book too, it's just the icing on a juicy delicious cake.. or donut :)
You'd be silly to miss out on any of the books in this series.
Seriously! Go. Go one click this delicious morsel of hilarity.
Tash and Dean love each other but she feels somehow that the romance; the spontaneity of their marriage has faded over the years, with two children and a job she loves, finding time for each other is sometimes on the back burner and the journey of discovery they go on is pure gold to read. Through tears of laughter, tears of sadness we get to experience a journey that Tash and Dean need to ride to discover who they are now and what they want from life and each other - with a few bumps along the way.
Kelly never fails to deliver a book that I don't LOVE. Her work is impeccable and so enjoyable to read and puts a smile on your face every time. Even better we get to meet up with Bryce and Alexis again which is always good.
Seriously go one click this series - this book has it all and you won't want to miss a second of it. Absolute perfection !!!!!!
It’s an absolute joy discovering authors and having the opportunity to review their books. I really don’t think I could have popped my ‘Golland Cherry’ a better way, either. I love a romantic comedy and Commitment most certainly fitted the bill. As per usual, I dived in headfirst without reading the blurb and ooh boy, am I pleased I did just that! I hadn’t got past the first chapter when I was nudged by my better half for making unladylike noises. I couldn’t help myself though. This read deserves all the snorts, chuckles and laugh-out-loud hoots without being reprimanded, and I would even go as far as saying be careful where you read it if you’re inclined to blush! Golland’s outlandish sense of humour isn’t so much bizarre as very close to home. Her comical narrative reminded me what family members do unconsciously, but the way she tells it with a wit second to none, is beyond hilarious.
It’s also refreshing to know you’re not the only one who has to bear the mundane and simple things in life like putting the toilet seat down. Okay, I wasn’t expecting her to mention this small sin our menfolk commit so when she did, she could have knocked me over with a feather! This gives you a good idea where the author’s going. She takes the reader on Natasha Jones, aka Tash, and Dean’s marriage journey which isn’t exactly a bed of roses. It’s a journey overflowing with emotions...light-hearted moments are cannily balanced out with nail-biting scenarios, urging me to give Tash and her hubby a good talking to! Food for thought; what they go through also had me reflecting on how many of us experience situations similar to theirs for one reason or another. It got me wondering if Ms Golland has ever considered being a marriage counselor or better still, a sexologist ‘cause she’d make a damn good one!
“It takes two to tango, and the tango starts with you.”
It all boils down to chores, responsibilities and kids, letting your love life slip by putting everyone and everything before yourself. Dean isn’t likable, he’s damn right lovable and bloody gorgeous, too! He’s your normal kind of guy, hard-working, a fabulous father to his two munchkins but like most dads, he has his traits. You’ll never look at a set of keys the same way! Regardless of his wife’s little quirks, he adores the earth she walks on; nonetheless, something’s gone amiss. He’ll have to devote more time and effort if he wants more bed and less sleep!
“...I think you should get more donuts. You obviously want them.”
“I do. I love donuts.”
Tash’s problem is one a lot of working mums have. Combining a job and running a household is exhausting and a good night’s sleep to charge the batteries for the next day’s hurdles is at the top of her list. Getting amorous isn’t, or is it? Hmm… there’s much more to her story than meets the eye. I lapped up her conversations with her bestie, Alexis, who happens to be Tash’s boss’ girlfriend and Dean’s mate, too. This couple made me scream! They have the perfect relationship inside and out of the bedroom and their advice, albeit a tad unorthodox, is always on hand. The beauty of it is neither their respective friends know what’s going on behind their backs. Of course, other third parties add spice, intrigue and a good dose of what I’d call, ‘space-encroaching-scenarios' to their story.
“You’re cute as hell when deliberating fight of flight, Tashy.”
“That’s not what I’m doing.”
“Yeah, it is.”
Narrated from a dual point of view is a huge plus for the reader. And even though the outstanding banter flows non-stop, the inner-monologue shows you how they really feel about the rut they’ve got themselves into and how deep their love runs. Goodness me, not only is the character development phenomenal, but the originality of the plot is out of this world. Home truths nudged me, shedding light on how I, for one, could rectify my mistakes however small they are. We can learn by them and not take our spouses for granted, that it’s worth fighting for the status quo by taking a leaf out of Dean and Tash’s book. Thus, the title couldn’t have been more fitting. Reminding us of our marriage vows has never been driven home so well in any book I’ve read, and I can’t thank the author enough for doing just that. Bravo!
“I love you today.”
“I love you every day.”
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