#Review – THE SPACE BETWEEN by Nikki Mathis Thompson

The Space Between

5 Stars

Amazon

Review

This story was different for me as it did have a little bit of fantasy-ish aspect to it, which is something I don’t prefer, but the author did a tremendous job keeping the story true to life. We all wonder if the grass is greener on the other side and what our life would be like if we made a different choice. I could relate to the characters and felt like I was a part of the story. Great weekend read on the back porch!

I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

Synopsis

Georgia Bristol’s life hasn’t turned out the way she’d imagined…but it’s a good life.
Despite that fact, she finds herself yearning for something she can’t define. Haunted by the choices of her youth.
Regrets. Everyone has them. What if? Everyone wonders at times.
Lost in town a few heartbeats shy of deserted, Georgia encounters a mysterious woman who gives her a second chance to regain the life she thought she missed out on.
Some say getting lost is the best way to find where you’re going. And sometimes everything must be stripped away before you realize that what you have, is what you wanted all along.
The Space Between is one woman’s unconventional journey to regain what she holds dear, filled with heartbreak, friendship, and love. A thought provoking tale that will have you relating to her struggles and celebrating her triumphs.

MeetTheAuthor

Nikki Mathis ThompsonNikki Mathis Thompson spent her formative years singing, dancing and creating her own world of make-believe. From an early age she developed a love of reading that has grown exponentially to near addiction. She has a business degree from the University of Texas at Dallas. Her degree looks great in the frame, but hasn’t been utilized in years. She gladly left the cubicle life behind to raise her daughter and a son was added to the mix some years later. You can find her devouring a book while drinking a glass of wine, doing her part to save the planet or lip- synching to her favorite songs while running through her suburb. She lives outside of Dallas with her family. Rebound is her first novel.

 

 

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