I am pleased to be a part of Kelly’s blog tour. Kelly is in fact one of the sponsors for the Abuse Talk Forum and so it is my pleasure to be able to thank her in taking part and sharing her work. We will be having a sponsor day to thank all sponsors towards the end of the year, to find out how to sponsor my work or learn more about the forum then please head over to the dedicated page here.

Blurb

What kind of person ends up in a toxic relationship? And why does she stay? This searingly honest novel answers both those questions head-on. Coming out of a failing marriage, Kelly turns to Gabe out of fear of being alone. Her gradual slide into danger is at once terrifying and inevitable, and the steps she takes to get out of it will both inspire and offer hope.

 

I was delighted to receive a signed paperback copy of the book, yes it was back in May and this has been waiting long enough.

 

Review

This book is an important read for many, it has the power to create change. I always find it courageous of an author to put their story out there and Kelly has done just that. Its not an easy read at times but it is a fast paced book that leads you on from one incident to another. I felt that I was reading the book as it was spilling out of Kelly’s mind and onto the pages at times, skipping into what was yet to come when we were at the early stages of the relationship. This made it an interesting read as I wanted to know how it got to those future points of time.

Sign’s In The Rearview Mirror is honest, thought provoking and on a subject that shouldn’t be ignored. Toxic relationships are often talked about but looking at what makes them toxic is the other side and one that isn’t covered enough. Thank you Kelly for bringing light to a dark situation and for letting readers know there is a way out, despite the difficulty.

I commend Kelly for her bravery and not just this book but the passion she has that has come from bringing this book to our shelves. Kelly is always tackling hard topics head on and bringing them to discussion. All of this is why I am rating it a 5* read, those who do read it I urge you to connect with Kelly because she is uplifting and positive; always welcoming feedback and further discussion for her own interest.

 

 

About Kelly

Boston born and raised, Kelly now makes her home in Austin with her three sons and one amazing Giant Schnauzer Bullseye. Kelly has written for Huffington Post, blogs at Thoughts Becoming Words, and hosts a podcast, Lets Get Wicked Deep.

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11 Comments

  1. Em

    Awesome review, and reminds me of the age old addage “the things we ignore at the beginning of a relationship are exactly what tears you apart,” which is so very true in toxic relationships.

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  2. Viola Bleu

    This sounds like such an interesting and enlightening read (even if traumatic at times). I shall definitely be adding it to my tbr list. Thank you for sharing this today 🌸

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  3. Emma

    This is a great post, the book sounds very interesting. Thanks for sharing x

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