Friday, March 31, 2017

Blog Review ~ Cole by Karla Sorensen

Cole by Karla Sorensen


Cole Mallinson has never been able to move on.

It’s been two thousand, three hundred and sixty-two days since he’s seen his ex-wife, Julia. He’s never stopped loving her, never stopped wishing she’d come back. Everyone thinks he’s lost his mind for never moving on, but they couldn’t understand. It was never a choice.

Seven years ago, Julia Mallinson left Denver, and even though it’s the last place she wants to be, she’s back. The years of infertility that she and Cole endured during their marriage wore her down past the point of breaking. And when she left, she didn’t look back, couldn’t look back, for the sake of her sanity, her heart.

Between an accidental run-in at the grocery store and a meddling pregnant sister, Julia is forced to face the man she walked away from. The man who still, after all these years, has never moved on. Though neither has she.

And in the end, she’s left wondering if the past is ever left in the past.




Available through Kindle Unlimited 




I wish I could give this book more than stars.

Cole and Julia’s story starts years after their divorce. They have not seen each other in over six years when Julia walked out. Their marriage was weighed down by so many outside sources: family, friends and the most damaging weapon: infertility

Julia returns to her hometown to help her sister; who unbeknownst to Julia, decides to take matters into her own hands.

I really loved this book; 14% into the book, I was crying. I felt every word and every emotion the Julia and Cole experienced.

Ms. Sorensen captured the heartbreak that a couple can experience when trying to start a family.



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