Book review: Heart of the Matter


Over the last long weekend I finished two books that I started this year after my new year resolutions.
The first one is Heart matters by Emily Griffin. It’s the fourth book of her that I read. Although they are very similar and feminine in term of story and characters, I do enjoy reading it.

The story is engaging and the characters are real people. It’s a story of good people caught in untenable circumstances. Each being tested in ways they never thought possible. Each questioning everything they once believed. And each ultimately discovering what truly matters most.
It reminds me the reality of the marriage, that ups and downs are part of the contract we signed for. It also reinforced the idea that I have about finding the person who you know you can live with even without passion because passion fades with time, maybe sooner than you thought, but a relationship lasts decades. Know what matters the most for us is important, specially in those moments that we feel facing a cross road and indecisive about which road to choose.

Next book to read from her: Baby Proof.

Q: What was the last book you read? did you like it?

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  1. I just read a book called “Wicked Lies”. Although it was good, the ending was a let down. 😦 Two night’s ago I started “Sarah’s Key” which is good so far…

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