[BOOKS] ⚣ Room to Breathe ⚡ Liz Talley – Snackgo.co.uk

Room to Breathe A Funny, Emotional Novel Full Of Southern Charm About A Mother And Daughter Ready To Start OverLiz Talley Delivers Her Dialogue Is Crisp And Smart, Her Characters Are Vivid And Real, Her Stories Are Unputdownable Robyn Carr, New York Times Bestselling Author For A Good Part Of Daphne Witt S Life, She Was A Supportive Wife And Dutiful Mother Now That She S Divorced And Her Daughter, Ellery, Is All Grown Up, Daphne S Celebrating The Best Part Of Her Life, A Successful Career, And A Flirtation With An Attentive Hunk Fifteen Years Her Junior Who Happens To Be Her Daughter S Ex BoyfriendEllery Is Starting Over, Too She S Fresh Out Of College Her Job Prospects Are Dim And To Support Her Fianc In Med School, She S Returned Home As Her Mother S New Assistant Ellery Never Expected Her Own Life Plan To Take Such A Detour With No Outlet For Her Frustration, She Lets An Online Flirtation Go A Little Too Far, Especially Considering Her Pen Pal Thinks He S Corresponding With Her MotherAs Love Lives Tangle, Secrets Spill, And Indiscretions Are Betrayed, Mother And Daughter Will Have A Lot To Learn Not Only About The Mistakes They Ve Made But Also About The Men In Their Lives And The Women They Are Each Hoping To Become


About the Author: Liz Talley

I unashamedly read, write and love romance books I adore the weight of a book in hand and the anticipation of a happy ending I love the journey, the word play and the magic of story Nothing s better than reading a good bookexcept writing one You can learnabout me and my award winning romances at



10 thoughts on “Room to Breathe

  1. says:

    A delightful little book about finding yourselfno matter your age or your life stageDaphne and Ellerya mother and daughter duo for the ageswho are, unfortunately, both struggling with the not always fantastic life cards they were dealt Daphne was a lovely individual who, as a fellow peri menopausal mother, I could relate to on so many different levels She was a gem of a character I really enjoyed getting to k


  2. says:

    Check out all of my reviews at TO BREATHE by Liz Talley is a new women s fiction novel focusing on a mother daughter relationship that is struggling with shifting roles.Daphne Witt was pregnant and married all before she finished high school She made the most of her life and for years was a supportive wife and mother While working part time at a pre school, she shares a story she wrote and illustrated It is sen


  3. says:

    This was not worth the price I paid for itSorry, folks This was a freebie fromand I feel ripped off The plot, the characters, and the dialog all seem contrived and juvenile.


  4. says:

    I don t read a lot of romance novels and this book is the reason why I thought I was getting a steamy older woman younger man tale and all I really got was sick to my stomach It wasn t the writing per se but the characters themselves Daphne was kind of a bore, she sleeps with a guy her daughter USED to date and had said things like He s yummy with a cherry on top She is forty years old for Christs sakes Now don t g


  5. says:

    Incredibly contrived.Absolutely awful 4 completely self centered characters, whiny, self absorbed and a plot that would make As the World Turns soap opera proud Ugggg.


  6. says:

    Mothers and daughters can be so close, but sometimes they forget that they are each human with frailties and needs for themselves, and sometimes they can make very big human mistakes This is the premise of Room to Breathe It is warm and loving, and bitter and angry, and oh so human Learning to change and accept change in the ones we love can be so hard, but so worthwhile when you re given Room to Breathe.


  7. says:

    Overall, I found this disappointing While it was nice to read about women learning to find empowerment, the characters fell flat for me Ellery is a whiny, entitled brat, which while perhaps intended by the author, distanced me so much from the character that I had zero investment in her emotionally Her come to Jesus moment was so abrupt that I couldn t even build some empathy for her character development Daphne, just se


  8. says:

    Daphne, almost 40 years old, with a strained relationship with her spoiled, beautiful daughter that she her ex husband, Rex, adore, is finally at a point to take action to be happy with herself and her life, after her divorce and rapid accent to be an accomplished children s book author and illustrator That is a lot to put into one sentence, but that is how this book feels to me It hooked me in the first chapter and there


  9. says:

    When does a woman take control of her own life when she has divorced and has raised her daughter But Daphne is having trouble cutting the ties of her apron string with her daughter Ellery, who has been spoiled all her life, especially by her father Daphne wants to get on with her life and Ellery thinks she should stay as she is, just her mother But Daphne is not having it She misses something she had been lacking in her marr


  10. says:

    Such unlikable characters.


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