Book Review: You To The End by Marie Louise

Charming, thrilling and engaging.
You to the End is a fantastic chick lit read. I was hooked right from the beginning. This is a real page turner with twists and turns around every corner.

The main character, Sharn is devastated and distraught when the love of her life, Danny, dumps her. She feels like she’s falling apart and her life is in shambles. She calls her childhood best friend,
Lola, for comfort and solace. Together they decide to let go of the past, move forward and find some good times and happiness in New York. What ensues is a complicated string of men and mistakes.
Will they both ever recover from their pasts and find true love and happiness?

Author, Marie Louise, has penned an unforgettable, realistic story that many women will relate to. This story is outstanding, especially for a first time novel. The characters are interesting and well developed. I was impressed by the interaction and dialog between the characters. It is very well written. The narrative flows nicely and the plot is unique, captivating and thought-provoking. I was glued to my seat with anticipation and interest throughout the entire book.

The portrayal of the settings and activities are a treat for the visual imagination. Marie Louise takes the reader on a journey as we follow along with the characters and hope the best for them. You to the End is an emotional read. I found myself laughing out loud and shedding a few tears as well. It’s a very relatable, realistic story. It’s a fun feel-good read with notes of inspiration and hope. This is an accomplished first novel written by author, Marie Louise.

Chick Lit Cafe recommends You to the End to all women that love a good meaningful, easy to read, chick lit novel.

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