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Till Death Us Do Part by [Slough, Cristina]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2479 KB
  • Print Length: 359 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1680584316
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC (29 Dec. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B018B5T3H6
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #387,890 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Kindle Edition
WOAH! This book is definitely an emotional read and has many twists and turns that will keep you gripping the pages (or your kindle). This is a great debut novel by Cristina Slough, and I am very excited to read more by her in the future. Romance lovers beware though, you don’t exactly get the happily ever after that you so crave with this one. There is also a bit of a love triangle. But please, don’t let this stop you from reading it. There is so much more to the book than these things. Like, true love overcoming lies and deceit, finding happiness when it feels like all hope is lost, and some serious twists that will leave you an emotional wreck! Gahh, it was really good!

This book is about a woman named Mimi whose husband is in the military. When he leaves to go to Afghanistan Mimi is a wreck, rightfully so. Anyone who has a husband or family in the military knows how heartbreaking and scary this can be. Anyway, not too long into their marriage Mimi is given some terrible news- her beloved husband has been captured and killed. Emotional and distraught by this news, Mimi feels like she must go to the home of his brother to find out more about her husband, Joel, and his past. You see, the two are estranged and she needs answers as to why. But upon doing this, Mimi learns of some terrible secrets that could ruin her thoughts of their marriage for good.

Two brothers, one woman, lies, and deceit. This book will take you on an emotional rollercoaster leaving your breathless in one moment and angry in the next. This is a spectacular debut novel- one that should be read by many. I highly recommend this one!
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Format: Paperback
There was just something about this book that drew me in. I was perusing the Tasty Book Tours site and kept coming back to it and so I signed up. The premise intrigued me and had me a bit frightened. I was certain that there could be nothing but heartache in this read. That is mostly true, but not entirely (but mostly it is true). There is A LOT of drama in this story - characters aren't who they seem. I believe we are meant to love Mimi, but she makes some questionable choice that lead to ending you won't forget.

At the center of the story are Mimi and Joel Marcus, Austin and Jake Marcus, and Mimi's friend Meg. Each and every character has a story here. But really, this is Mimi's life we are following and we are promptly plunged into the life of a young wife contemplating life as newlywed living without her husband due to the war in Iraq. Slough does an amazing job capturing that feeling of the desperation of a military wife with a husband deployed.

Initially the story goes back and forth in time, introducing us to Mimi and she reflects on being with and without Joel. We learn a bit about Joel and Mimi through their honeymoon and all I could feel was their love and adoration. When Mimi's world implodes, and Joel is declared dead in combat, her grief seems never ending. Mimi seeks closure and decides that showing up on the family ranch in Texas, meeting the brother that Joel hasn't spoken with in years, is the way to achieve this...huh???

Mimi's whole entire world then changes when she meets Joel's brother Austin. All of the sudden I'm not sure I like where this is going. I'm not entirely convinced this would make sense to most people (showing up on the doorstep at a ranch in the middle of Texas to see a brother your dead husband hasn't spoken to in years...
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The first thing that attracted me to this book was the cover. It’s stunning! The second was the sound of the plot, and third, the first couple of pages I flipped through. Cristina’s writing kept me hooked. This book wasn’t predictable at all. I had no idea what would happen any time throughout reading. The book was mainly based on a ranch in Texas, where cowboy-type-hottie Austin lived. He was one of my favourite characters, although I was rooting for all of the characters happiness. You will enjoy this emotional read if you like romance stories with depth, however be warned: the ending will not be what you expected.
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Absolutely blown away by this book. I haven't had much time to get stuck into books recently but I literally could not put Till Death Us Do Part down! I've read a fair few romance novels but nothing like this. I finished it in two evenings and was so sad when I got to the end as I just wanted to read more and more. It's beautifully written and so unpredictable! I cannot wait to read more of Cristina's work, my love for reading has been well and truly rekindled!
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If I’m honest I was expecting a run of the mill romance from this book. The cover belies what is within. I’m astonished tihs is Christina’s debut novel because it is so in-depth, pulls at the heartstrings and has an overwhelming amount of information. I felt as though I was listening to a Military wife at times.

The story centres around Mimi and Joel initially but then involves his brother Austin. Mimi is so desperately in love but her world is shattered when Joel is deployed to Afghanistan. The tension mounts throughout the book, so many twists and the author isn’t afraid to shy away from the inevitable happy endings .. I found that rather refreshing.

I really enjoyed the descriptive writing .. I have been to Yosemite and could feel myself transported back there during that scene. The recap about 9/11 hits home and its so true everyone remembers where they were.

A variety of characters keep the whole story flowing and each brings a distinct image to mind. Yes there is a love triangle but once some secrets are exposed you are drawn towards one brother over the other. I really enjoyed this and look forward to more books by Christina.

I was fortunate to be given a copy by Tasty Book Tours in exchange for my honest opinion.
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