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An Amazon Best Book of the Month
A 2020 Goodreads Choice Awards Finalist: Best Romance
“There is plenty of trademark Hoover emotion and surprises in this engrossing read…This twisting novel will instigate excellent book discussions about regrets and second chances.” —Booklist
“Betrayals, secrets, and shifting family loyalties keep the pages turning in this excellent contemporary from Hoover…This is Hoover at her very best.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“The emotions run high, the conversations run deep, and the relationships ebb and flow with grace.” —Kirkus Reviews
“A fantastically raw story about love, grief, and family.” —HelloGiggles
“A book about grief, friendship, and mother-daughter relationships, it’s at turns heartbreaking and ebullient.” —MindBodyGreen
“Colleen Hoover’s new novel delivers moments that are heartbreaking and heartfelt…a stirring mother-daughter story full of hope, loss, and great love.” —Woman’s World
“A poignant, addictive read.” —People Magazine
“For Morgan and Clara, coming to terms with the past means letting go and moving forward, and mother and daughter eventually meet each other halfway. Regretting You is a powerful story of love, hope, and redemption—and a tour de force for the incredibly gifted Hoover.” —Washington Independent Review of Books
About the Author
Colleen Hoover is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of several novels, including the bestselling women’s fiction novel It Ends with Us and the bestselling psychological thriller Verity. She has won the Goodreads Choice Award for Best Romance three years in a row—for Confess (2015), It Ends with Us (2016), and Without Merit (2017). Confess was adapted into a seven-episode online series. In 2015, Hoover and her family founded the Bookworm Box, a bookstore and monthly subscription service that offers signed novels donated by authors. All profits go to various charities each month to help those in need. Hoover lives in Texas with her husband and their three boys. Visit www.colleenhoover.com.
- ASIN : B07SH5V2NB
- Publisher : Montlake (December 10, 2019)
- Publication date : December 10, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 4834 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 363 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #688 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This is a lesson on love and the effect it has on everyone’s lives.
Once again I find myself enraptured by the words Colleen has gifted me, the reader. Hook line and sinker, I’m so caught up in this story just like all the others she’s written before this one. I tell you this woman is gifted in the creative department. It’s no wonder she’s a best selling author. She makes reading fun and entertaining. This story is simple and easy to read, yet the emotions and feelings that it creates in me is complex and complicated. Colleen hits all the marks for what it takes to captivate her readers. For me anyway.
Colleen is really good at writing the emotional side of her characters. I’m not sure I have any heart strings left to pull after reading all her books. I can’t imagine sitting down for the first time to read one of her books then decide to read them all from start to finish. I’d be a puddle of goo after draining my life source of emotions. Yet I wouldn’t want to miss out on each one. I don’t envy anyone who hasn’t yet discovered Colleen’s books because to sit down and start from the beginning would require a bulk size box of tissues. I got a little teary eyed during the video. Sniff. Sniffle.
I see so much of Colleen’s personality shine in these characters actions and words. The scene with the picture sounded very much like something Colleen has done. I hate how Colleen has me reflecting on myself with her good hearted characters. They sicken me with there ability to have each other’s back. I’m jealous of them. It makes me want better for myself by surrounding myself with these types of individuals only I don’t know how to find them.
BTW orange isn’t the worse color. I think it’s yellow.
Favorite quote: “The search for myself is becoming my favorite part of my new journey.”
This book is full of love, loss, mending, finding who you are, family, friendship, trust... I think you get the point. There is so much wrapped up in this book. I found myself lost in the story of these two women who have lost so much, but they forgot what all they still had.
The writing and telling of this story is everything. It's told in the best way possible. There is no way it could be told any other way. The characters are well developed. The story flows. The plot is heavy. I was completely lost in these characters and their journey.
I don't know how Hoover does it time and time again. Her writing and creativity blow my mind with each book. Even if you don't connect to any of her books on a personal level, there is always an element to her stories that will grab you and not let go. Her books always tend to stay with me for long after I have finished them. This one is no different.
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This book in true Hoover style delivers the punch and leaves you reeling. Then in Hoover style she very cleverly and patiently puts you back together. Well defined characters and heartbreaking narrative. Broke my heart but loved it anyway.
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It’s beautiful and powerful as we’re used to from the author and it’s angsty and makes you think a lot of what would you do in those moments, the decisions that you’ve made would be the same? The feelings?
For a start, the few twists were very thinly disguised; it was clear from early on exactly where the narrative was going. Now normally, I wouldn’t take exception to that, in the same way I don’t mind getting on a train and knowing its destination. But what makes any journey special is the scenery along the way. And with ‘Regretting You’, I just got the sense I’d seen it all before.
Yes, I was moved by the predicament of mum Morgan and teenage daughter Clara, whose lives are thrown into a tailspin when husband/dad Chris dies in a car crash alongside his sister-in-law Jenny. I think Hoover does a fine job of exploring their grief, anger and confusion. I liked Clara’s boyfriend Miller a lot and easily identified with the ‘first love’ theme. And I enjoyed the tension and poignancy in Morgan’s relationship with Jonah, Jenny’s partner.
For someone like me, though, who regularly blubs when reading, there should have been enough tugging of the heartstrings in this to see me through a whole box of tissues. On the contrary, not a single tear was shed. And not because it wasn’t an emotional story; it was, in spades. It was just all a little too formulaic.
While I can see why diehard fans would love this book regardless, I believe that many, if they’re honest, would admit, like me, to being a tad disappointed. And there’s the problem: when authors set a high bar, there are bound to be times when they don’t quite hit the mark. And this, unfortunately, is one of them
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