Review of Enduring Everything by M. Sembera

Enduring Everything
M. Sembera

Ren had a rough childhood and things did not get much better as she got older. Leaving an abusive relationship was the first step. Ren has put the past behind and after raising her daughter, she feels its her time to be happy. Ren can not find that peace or happiness till she has dealt with the past.

Jackson has waited a long 20 years to be with Ren, to keep promises he made long ago . When Ren's past keeps popping up, Ren just can not deal with it and starts shutting people out. We all have a past and we all make mistakes but will Ren accept hers before its to late ? Will Ren and Jackson get thru it without making more mistakes and causing more hurts.

This was a remarkably awesome read ! !  I read this in one sitting ! Jackson and Ren have a love like no other. She has to learn to let down her guard and give up some control. Control that she has found to be her peace. Ren is a very strong character and shows she is human! Better yet she is a SURVIVOR !

5 loving stars

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