...books change you. They mess up your insides. They make you drool over the prospect of being a better human and a better lover and a better friend. They pull at your stomach and leave you raw and open and naked. Books can straight up mangle you and sometimes it’s just better if you let them do their work. - Hannah Brencher
I don't know what it is, but lately I have been OBSESSED with London. It's so bad that I may or may not have tried to convince Mike that we should move there soon. So far, I have been pretty unsuccessful, so don't start planning any going away parties yet. Though we won't be living there, that still doesn't stop my fascination with the city. I never been, I'm dying to go, and what better way to connect with a city you know nothing about, than by cooking it's food.
Think: becoming an heiress to a well-known celebrity that you're not related to, a haunted house, a huge hollywood movie shot in a small town and a grandmother skipping town and no one knows why. Oh and sprinkle in a murder. Peaked your interest yet?
"This book isn’t about having it all; it’s about having what matters most to you. It is about how to find your extraordinary – your extraordinary career, your extraordinary happiness, your extraordinary life."
Can a woman be sexually active without being label a slut or a whore? Are there people who are just simply unfit for marriage? Can a marriage built off of lies and deceit survive? Those are the questions that Eliza Kennedy looks to answer in her debut novel: I Take You.