Books from the Backlog is a fun way to feature some of those neglected books sitting on your bookshelf unread. If you are anything like me, you might be surprised by some of the unread books hiding in your stacks.
If you would like to join in, please feel free to enter your link, link back to this post, and then spend some time visiting some of the other posts.
This week’s neglected bookShe Wouldn't Change a Thing by Sarah Adlakha
Published by Forge Books on August 10, 2021
Genres: Fiction / Science Fiction / Time Travel
Amazon | Audible | B&N | Kobo | Libro.fm
Sliding Doors meets Life After Life in Sarah Adlakha's story about a wife and mother who is given the chance to start over at the risk of losing everything she loves.
A second chance is the last thing she wants.
When thirty-nine year old Maria Forssmann wakes up in her seventeen-year-old body, she doesn’t know how she got there. All she does know is she has to get back: to her home in Bienville, Mississippi, to her job as a successful psychiatrist and, most importantly, to her husband, daughters, and unborn son.
But she also knows that, in only a few weeks, a devastating tragedy will strike her husband, a tragedy that will lead to their meeting each other.
Can she change time and still keep what it’s given her?
Exploring the responsibilities love lays on us, the complicated burdens of motherhood, and the rippling impact of our choices, She Wouldn't Change a Thing is a dazzling debut from a bright new voice.
At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Why did I add She Wouldn’t Change a Thing to my bookshelf?
I can’t believe that I still have not read this book. It sounds really good and I am certain that it will be something that I will enjoy. The reviews for this one seem to be overwhelmingly positive and it has been out long enough that I can probably grab a copy of the audiobook from my local library without too much difficulty. I think that this is one that I need to try to get to sometime soon.
What are your thoughts? Have you read this book? Would you recommend it?