Second, I love, love, loved! this book. There is so much I loved about this story that it’s going to be hard to think of everything and mention here.
The author’s style of writing kept me engaged. It was like sitting down with Ann over a glass of wine after not seeing her in several years. I was her very best, long lost friend playing catch up in the most intriguing way possible.
Miss Caiola’s writing was very good about keeping me on the edge of my seat. Her ability to paint pictures with the descriptions made me feel like I was truly standing with the character, following her along as she went on an emotional journey to figure out who she was and what had happened to her memories.
This book pulled at my heart strings. I laughed in parts, cried in others, and I felt close to the character. I suspected with her, searched with her, and even came to terms with her.
I’m astounded by the writing and the story. Love, lost, betrayal and lies, hope, fear, discovery, all of these are elements within The Makings of Nebraska Brown. When it ended, I was sad. I wanted more. I wasn’t ready to let go of Ann’s story. This story is definitely one that will stay with me for quite some time.
I highly recommend this to anyone who loves active and engaging reads that grip you from the first word, and never leave you once the last word has been read.
Releases February 6, 2014
*Upon Release: This review will also appear on Amazon and Goodreads.