August 12, 2017

Abby's Journey by Steena Holmes

Published Date : February 14, 2017
Publisher : Lake Union Publishing
Series : Abby / Book 2
Genre : Fiction / Women's
Rating : 5 Star

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Abby's Journey is the second book in the Abby series! Twenty-year old Abigail has only known her mother, Claire who died shortly after Abby was born, through postcards, letters and videos. With Abby having to deal with a serious illness that could lead to pneumonia if not careful and having a overprotected father, Abby longs for freedom after a childhood trapped indoors and the chance to learn who her mother was.

When the doctor finally says that Abby is healthy for once after years of being sick, Abby's grandmother, Millie takes Abby on a trip to Europe to visit all the places that Claire wrote about in her journals that Abby now cherishes. While her father, Josh objected to the trip for Abby's health, it will ultimately will make Abby and Josh even closer for what Abby discovers in Europe about Claire. With Abby knowing what she knows about her mother now, the surprising ending to the story will have Abby about to embark on a whole new adventure to find out more about her mother!

I truly loved this story and I so hope that this series continues on just to see what happens next for Abby! Just reading the first book, I knew that this book was gonna be good and it didn't disappointed at all! Just reading what Abby had to go through during her childhood and wanting to break free for once after everything, sets everything in motion for what needed to happen in this story that will make Abby look at her mother in a whole new light after discovering what secrets Claire had but in a good kind of way. I am gonna warn you though, you are gonna need a couple of hours to read this book and maybe a couple of tissues as well!!

Thank You to Steena Holmes for writing the most perfect sequel to a series that I hope doesn't end with this book!!


I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley!

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