It’s finally here! The launch of book 3 of the Life is Yours Trilogy by Abigail Yardimci. Book 3, Everything is Yours, follows on from Life is Yours (book 1) and Destiny is Yours, (book 2)
Like all good book series, I was hooked from book 1, Life is Yours. I initially downloaded the first book Life is Yours, because the cover intrigued me. The story however intrigued me more! By the time I’d finished reading Life is Yours I knew I was hooked and the rest of the series just had to be read. Now with the release of Everything is Yours, the series is complete. It was an incredible series and one I know I will repeat read. I just wish it wasn’t over!
Everything Is Yours (Book 3 of Life is Yours series)
New Year’s Eve is in full swing. Jess and Lindy have met by chance and already they’re sharing a bottle of wine in a cosy Turkish restaurant. Lindy is hooked on a story Jess is telling, but midnight is coming, and happy endings aren’t always guaranteed . . .
After Jess returns from the trip of a lifetime high on hope, ambition and new love, she’s ready to take on the world. She shuts down her business, cuts ties with her ex and announces to everyone the old her is gone.
But a violent encounter rocks her world, and her past comes crashing back to haunt her. With a childhood demon to forgive, a long-distance relationship to navigate and that final layer of self-love to uncover, can Jess dig deep and put the final pieces in place before midnight comes knocking?
Everything is Yours Review
I loved this book, and it was great to find out what happened in Jess's story. It's heart-warming and at times completely relatable. I've absolutely loved reading this series. It stands out from many others in its genre. It's intriguing and interesting. It’s not formulaic, takes on a journey all of its own, that's full of substance, great characters, and a story that just draws you in and won't let go.
It's a book about love, but more than that, it’s a book about life, self-discovery, and what we can do if we step outside of our comfort zone and embrace who we truly are and meant to be.
Abigail Yardimci has such a great way with words. She’s a born storyteller. Whatever she writes, from books to blogs, hits you full on. Her writing tumbles around your brain and leaves you wanting more. There is a frank honesty veiled with comfort and love, and it’s uniquely refreshing.
Thank you for such a great third book and wonderful series. There is a loss now that the trilogy is over, but I know this won’t be the last we’ll see of Abigail. In the meantime, enjoy Everything is Yours and the Life is Yours series, I highly recommend it! series or Abigail Yardimci as an author head over to her website:
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In 2018, I wrote this short post for my Facebook, but I feel it's important to share it today, as it's still as valid. It's simply entitled 1918 -2018.
The world rushes by, we forget to remember.
The young sit on a brick wall scrolling their phones, and don’t remember.
The man drives his car late for his meeting, he doesn’t remember.
The woman sits at her desk typing, she has no time to remember.
The freedom of them all belongs to actions from the past.
We all need to stop.
We all need to remember.
Without remembering we wouldn’t be what we are today.
Without remembering those who fought for us, enduring the mud, stench and filth of a trench, the pounding, booming horror of a battlefield, the frightened adrenaline of not knowing what was coming next, when it would end or if that day would have all been in vain.
They were the heroes, the defenders of our future, the people who shaped the life we are now free to live, and we own them our gratitude.
The Young should be taught, the parents should remind and we should all be grateful for what our ancestors did for us today. Many of those brave heroes never got to live for long, love or have families of their own.
Their short lives ended on a battlefield.
If we remember just one thing it should be to learn from the past and never makes the same mistakes again.
Life is precious. Life isn’t about conflict, division or hatred.
Life is about beginnings, working together and peace, and this is why we remember 100 years on.
~ Chrissie Parker, 1918-2018, one hundred years.
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