I’ll admit, I am a relative CoHo newbie having only read Verity. That book was such a melon-twister that I gave myself some serious time before trying another of her books. But Regretting You was so utterly different. It had the same heart wrenching emotions, she’s clearly a master at that, but the suspense was not there for this story.
We follow a mother and daughter as they come to terms with the death of their husband/father and sister/aunt. Their lives are utterly destroyed in more ways than one. There were many times where I felt like the progression was predictable and other times where I was frustrated at how immature or noncommunicative they were being with one another and yet I still couldn’t put it down. In the end, there were many things I didn’t like about how the story progressed and the intensity of the emotions felt pretty unrealistic to me. ⭐️⭐️⭐️
I rushed to read this as I’ve decided to get rid of KindleUnlimited and Audible since I’m so behind on my Netgalley queue that I decided I didn’t want to spend money every month on books I never had time to read. So I’m trying to read the few KindleUnlimited books I really wanted to get to before my access disappears on Wed.
What are your thoughts on CoHo books? Do they live up to the hype for you? If you haven’t read any, what’s your favorite KindleUnlimited find?