Monday, 20 March 2017

Plan Cee – by Hilary Grossman

Original Cover
My own copy

The blurb:

Would you abandon your present for a second chance at your past?

Cecelia Reynolds has spent most of her life trying to forget the commitment-phobic man who broke her heart. It wasn’t easy, but eventually she did it, or so she thought…

As Cecelia and her husband gather for a friend’s wedding, her perfect world is thrown into complete turmoil. Even though it’s been twenty years since she last laid eyes on Keith Emerson, all it takes is one glance for her to feel emotions she thought were long gone. When Keith ends up officiating the ceremony, she quickly realizes his message of love is directed at her, not the happy couple. But can she believe him?

We live our entire lives thinking we know ourselves. But do we ever really?

As secrets and lies cause Cecelia’s world to spin completely out of control, she is forced to seek advice from the most unlikely ally. In the process, she must confront the demons of her past and the events that shaped her into the woman she is now. Will she finally learn the real meaning of love, friendship, and family?

While this book is a sequel to Plan Bea, it also reads as a standalone.

My Opinion:

*Book provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*

Plan Cee is Hilary Grossman’s third book and it’s also the sequel to Plan Bea. You can read it as a standalone, but I would recommend reading Annabel’s and Bea’s story first, because you already now the characters.

This one follows Cecelia Reynolds is happily married to Bryce, but then she sees Keith again, it’s been 20 years. So the past kind of comes back to “haunt” her and it makes her think about her feelings. It covers love, family and friendship and it’s written in a very addictive way.

I was hooked immediately, more than with Plan Bea and that made me really excited. It’s all about the “What If” and connects the past with the present in a really clever way.

The plot has some intriguing twists, but there were moments I didn’t like Cecelia’s actions and decisions. That’s the only thing that disturbed me a little though ;). Hilary Grossman captured the emotions beautifully and managed to create a fab storyline. I want more!!!


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Hilary Grossman on Twitter: @feelingbeachie

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for reviewing Plan Cee - you have no idea how much it means to me that you enjoyed the book! You are the best@