A big thank you to the author for gifting me a copy of her book in exchange for an honest review!
Good Enough was hard to read at first as Lisa tried to make her relationship work with Tiegan. For the majority of the book, I wanted to scream at Tiegan, but at other times, he actually seemed nice. I suppose this is what it could be like in an unhealthy domestic relationship—feeling guilty and believing they care even when they don’t. If I could get so emotional reading this book, then I think Kerriann Macdonald did a great job at making the characters come off the page.
I really enjoyed the last few chapters. Things started to change and Flynn came into the picture. He’s probably my favorite out of the whole book. I had no idea the kinds of struggles a person fresh out of a domestic relationship would face in a new relationship. I learned so much from reading this book from signs of an unhealthy relationship to the challenges after.
I would encourage everyone to read Good Enough, which is based on real life. I think everyone would benefit from learning and reading this book.
3.5 stars! Rounded up on Goodreads and Amazon!
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