Take This Regret
Publish date: July 28th 2011
Publisher: The Writers Coffee Shop Publishing House
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, New Adult
Series: Take This Regret (#1)
This review was originally posted on Bookish Things & MoreReviewThis book left me feeling just okay. I didn't love or hate it, just have lukewarm feelings about it. I did like that Elizabeth is so determined to raise her daughter. She does a pretty damn good job too! I had love/hate feelings tow...
4 EMOTIONAL STARS "My soul mourned for what it had lost, for every day I had lived without them, for every moment wasted, for time that could not be reclaimed."Christian and Elizabeth were in love and they were going to attend law school together and then they planning to get married and live happil...
A romance with a bit of angst (Ok quite a lot) thrown in. Regret is the residue Christian is left with after putting his career above Elizabeth, the woman he loves who refuses to follow through on his harsh, selfish request to 'fix' her 'problem'. Abandoned, hurt and a physical wreck, Elizabeth cal...
Okay, since I read this book a couple of days ago it's time to post my review before I forget anything. It seems lately I have been reading nothing but contemporary romances that tear your heart out and make you wish you were dead. Well, maybe not that drastic but close enough. This book not only ri...
I really liked this book up until the end. I understand Elizabeth being scared herself, but to not allow Christian to see their daughter especially with Lizzie becoming very sad, unhappy and not speaking. I honestly can't imagine doing that to my child and not caring. If she didn't want to see Ch...