Saturday, July 19, 2014
Review: Might as Well Be Single
Might as Well Be Single by Tina Martin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Serena Alvares is like most married woman whose husband is committed to his job, fed up and tired! Tired of feeling like a single parent. Marco works long hours so he can provide for his family but at what costs. When his family’s unit is threatened to fall apart, Marco is forced to take a hard look at the situation. Will the Alvares be able to fix what is broken in their marriage? Is Marco willing to make the sacrifices in order to make his wife and daughter happy again?
This story is very real and relatable. At one point or another, we all feel like our spouses put their careers ahead of quality family time. Marco, as the head of the household, wants nothing but for his family to be financially comfortable. Money will take care of the bills but will not keep a family together.
Although, there are a few grammatically errors and the wife being called the wrong name, it doesn’t take away from the story or its flow. The characters were well developed as Serena and Marco are the average American couple.
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