After reading about the relationships and livess Layla and Josh have had to endure, I actually was hoping they had a happy ending respectively. Rebounds are tough, especially after a failed marriage. Then you through in failed potentials, being manipulated just to keep the peace, busting your butt to just end up being let down.. It’s tough, no matter who you are or how strong you are. Then trying to get back into dating after so long, to deal with blind dates, dating apps, and pressure from close friends and family, it’s just utterly exhausting. Lucky for us, we got to see different relationships and influences that were so thought provoking. Whether they were talking about their marriages, their “friends with potential” situation or everyday work/families, I was left thinking about my own. Communication, strengths and weaknesses, hobbies, and just personal, professional and mutual growth all come up in I Heard It In A Love Song. I think anyone, no matter if you’re single, married or going through a rough patch, would enjoy reading this novel. In the end, you’ll just be reminded of how important you are, and no one will ever know you better than you know yourself, so why let someone else decide your life for you or shadow your own potentials. Your dreams are important too!
📚 Completed: January 7, 2022 – 🎧 Audiobook on Libby
Happy reading y’all!