Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Review: MY NOW AND FOREVER by H.J. Bellus

Amelia A.K.A. Milly never had a normal childhood or loving parents, but she did get a cheating bastard for a husband, and the only good thing about him was his mother. She was the best mother-in-law ever, and she was the only thing that made this whole marriage thing tolerable. Suddenly Milly was about to lose the only mother that never belonged to her to an illness. The mother was her “now and forever.”

Now Milly is worth 5.6 million dollars because the mother left everything to her. WHAT!? The mother wanted Milly to splurge and live. She creates a bucket list and sets off to do just that.

Character is candid and crude. Story was sappy but light in some areas. Story also lags, but the basic point comes across: to live your life and GO!

It’s basically about a hoochie girl living it up in a redneck town out in the middle of nowhere.

My rating: 2.5 stars

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