Tuesday, November 1, 2011

It's Simple by Michelle Richardson

It's Simple by Michelle Richardson 

The general consensus is that relationships are easy to start but challenging to maintain. Although we may not think so, our choices ultimately determine the types of relationships we have. It's truly funny how after we've contributed to the chaotic state of the relationship, we hire therapists to fix us, to tell us it's not our fault when it typically is. The truth? Therapists don't fix us; they provide tools that guide us. Ultimately, we find the solutions ourselves and, for the most part, we really need to forget what we've heard. Relationships can be complicated, littered with challenges and that preventable thing called drama. Just ask Tia and Chase.
They met as teenagers. Upon graduation from college, things got complicated. Chase was drafted to the Los Angeles Lakers; Tia was offered a position in the Obama administration. Despite the geographical distance, Tia and Chase stayed together.
But how easy is it to make love last? It's simple-if we can be honest, forgiving, and patient with each other. Here's a unique look at a progressive couple and how their choices impact their journey; providing a truthful and sometimes painful look at real life scenarios and how two fiercely driven and stubborn lovers choose to handle them. Experience life from a different perspective.


When Tia and Chase were in high school, they had no idea that their young love would last forever. They went their separate ways during the college years, but time and distance proved no match for their love. While their lives and careers took them in two very different directions, they found comfort in the arms of each other and the strength to make their relationship work, no matter what obstacles they faced.

It's Simple was such a refreshing read. We all know that no relationship is free of the stress and strain of daily living. Often times people love one another but collapse under the pressure of life's challenges. Tia and Chase were different. They approached their relationship with an open mind, they accepted their flaws, without judgement. With the love and support of their family and friends, they weathered the storms and remained focused on what was important - each other.

I was so impressed by the way that they handled the difficulties in their relationship. I must say that this book gives renewed hope to romance! Although there is no promise of a problem free relationship, I am convinced that it is entirely possible to have a healthy one. Every chapter ends with a little something extra to help you in your own life, I thought that was a great touch! Hats off to Michelle Richardson for writing a fiction novel that read like a book of motivation. I loved it!

I give this book:

Michelle Richardson is currently hosting a giveaway on Goodreads (ends on Nov. 19th), to enter click here.  I also encourage you to visit Michelle's website, follower her on Twitter, and like her on Facebook.

Visit the other stops on the tour:
November 2 - Interviewed at Blogcritics
November 3 -Interviewed at The Hot Author Report
November 4 - Book reviewed at Broken Teepee & Guest blogging at Literarily Speaking
November 7 - Book reviewed at Everyday Is An Adventure
November 8 - Book reviewed at Bless Their Hearts Mom
November 9 - Book reviewed at A Cozy Readers Corner Reviews
November 10- Guest blogging at Just Another Book Addict
November 11 - Book reviewed at Just Another Book Addict
November 14 - Guest blogging at Acting Balanced
November 15 - Book review & book giveaway at Acting Balanced
November 16 - Interviewed at Review From Here
November 17 - Guest blogging at Literal Exposure
November 18 - Book reviewed at Live to Read
November 21 - Book reviewed at Ohio Girl Talks
November 22 - Book review & book giveaway at Colloquium
November 23 - Interviewed at Pump Up Your Book
I received a free copy of It's Simple from the author. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions expressed are my own.


Admin said...

Thanks for the wonderful review, Stacey!!!

Admin said...

Hey Stacey, Michelle can't comment but she's asked me to pass this over to you:

Stacy, thank you so much for your review. Knowing my book resonates with you means a lot and your take-aways are exactly what I hope each reader connect with: a renewed hope for love and the idea that a healthy relationship is possible. Many thanks, Michelle

Liz Davis said...

Hi Stacey, Stacey. So lovely to meet you. I followed you from book blogs and just became your newest follower. When you have a moment, it would be nice if you visit my blog. I look forward to networking. Liz


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