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Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Love, Kinsey By Brandy Jeffus Corona



Title: Love, Kinsey

By: Brandy Jeffus Corona

Publish date: October 1st

Blurb

All her life, Kinsey Masters has thought of herself as ordinary, boring almost. She had a normal upbringing, a stable career and a good love life, finally meeting “the One,” Colby.

But life has a funny way of turning the tables on you.

Faced with a devastating diagnosis, Kinsey sets out to write her last story – her own.

Her journey reunites her with each man she’s fallen in love with and with their words, along with other friends and family, she pieces together the story of herself. With each meeting, Kinsey begins to realize that each of her past loves has happened for a reason. And she’s left footprints on their lives just like they did for her.

Every life is special, especially your own.


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Kim's Review 

What a great read. I went into this book knowing that I was probably going to cry and boy did I ever.

This book is about a young woman named Kinsey who received a devastating diagnosis that is going to change her life. Kinsey starts out on a journey that is sure to warm your hearts.

All of us in life, at some point in time, leave an imprint on the lives of others. Kinsey takes a journey to visit the past loves of her life, along with her awesome fiancé Colby, to see how she made an impact on the lives of those she truly loved.
This book is certainly about finding out who you are, especially through the eyes of others. It will even make you think, what would people say about me when it was my time? Did I treat others right? Did I show the love that I felt enough to those that I loved that?

Love, Kinsey is a great read that will definitely leave you crying, but will give you a reminder of what living your life should truly be. Your time on this earth is not guaranteed, but live your life to the fullest, so when your time is up, your imprint on the lives of those around you will carry on a legacy that will continue to touch lives for years to come.