The Luckiest by Wendy Owens (Review)

TL AmazonGRSWSynopsis:

Once upon a time Mackenzie Phillips thought she’d found her happily ever after. She had married her high school sweetheart and had started her perfect family. But one tragic night Mac’s perfect life was ripped away from her, leaving her beautiful fairytale existence in ruins.

When everything worth living for is suddenly taken from you, how do you keep going? People told her how lucky she was just to be alive after that night, but she didn’t agree.

Years passed with Mac living in a fog, until another unfortunate turn of events placed her world on its head once again. Now, still carrying the tender wounds of her past, this widow has to face the realities of life again.

Broken and truly alone, she must find work. In walks her new employer, Dean Johnson, a guy who is just broken enough himself, that she thinks he might actually be able to understand her. But Mac soon discovers that that bond with Dean may instead force her to face demons she isn’t yet ready to deal with.

**Contains mature material including language and sex.

Review based on my own thoughts and words:

I received this book from the author for an honest review. This book is breathtakingly beautiful. Never have I felt such loss and such love all at the same time. The characters were spot on, Mackenzie is literally the perfect character, she gives you angst and passion, and devastation, and love all at the exact same time. This book had me in tears quite honestly for quite a while due to all of the emotions that were swirling in it. If there was only one criticism that I would give it would be that there just wasn’t enough of it. I wanted desperately there to be more to this book just so that I could keep reading it. Fantastic and I can’t wait to share this with all of my friends and family.



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