I Take You
by Eliza Kennedy
I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this book back in November
(2014) from LibraryThing, but I was unable to get to it until March
(2015). Once I picked it up, I didn’t want to put it down!
I’m surprised to see that this is the first novel written by Ms.
Kennedy, as she has such a natural flow, as though the situations and
conversations were happening right in front of me. It was very easy to
get into and become a part of this story! I especially appreciate the
tone that this book is written in–that is, I like the fact that our
protagonist is a powerful, independent, sexually driven woman. I think
some common misconceptions about women and their sexuality are addressed
in this story, and I admire the way Ms. Kennedy handled them. I will be
passing this one around to my friends–but I’m going to make sure I get
it back, as I know I’ll count this among those I like to re-read!!! And I
look forward to reading more by Eliza Kennedy!!! -- recommended by Tracy T. - Bennett Martin Public Library [ see Tracy's Reviewer Profile and more of her reviews ]
[If you enjoy this, you may also wish to try The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger or Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella]
[ official publisher page for Eliza Kennedy ]
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