If readers don’t believe in selfless, eternal love, accept Laura J. Wellington’s challenge to change your mind.
MADISON, Conn. (PRWEB) April 27, 2021
Readers' Favorite has given Author Laura J. Wellington's newest book "Be Careful What You Wish For" a five star review. A rating based upon six categories alongside a comprehensive critique, the unusually high rating warrants the use of the "Readers' Favorite" seal.
"Be Careful What You Wish For" released in October 2020 and has received plenty of notable praise since, including being called Wellington's "magnum opus." Among those taking notice are major film houses in the United States and internationally as the book meets the new standards set by The Academy Award Association.
A profound love story culminating in a twist of fate only real-life can provide, this fictional piece of work is grounded in the author's real-life. Wellington believes this is the reason her words are moving readers so monumentally. "I am sharing what I lived and readers are seeing themselves in my story," says Wellington.
Read for yourself in the following "Readers' Favorite" review:
Be Careful What You Wish For by Laura J. Wellington revolves around the life of Evie Remington. Evie faces her share of demons and trials in a turbulent life, holding steadfast to her resolve. Her inner struggle rages in a world that was created for her. Evie’s children are her gravity as the world spirals out of control. Wellington takes readers on an endearing journey of self-discovery by painting a clear picture of what life looks like when a person’s memories are both weaponized and comforting. In the midst of chaos and confusion, Evie makes tough decisions, putting out fires and losing herself in the process. How do you find someone that is lost? Through unconventional means and whole-hearted belief.
Be Careful What You Wish For by Laura J. Wellington is an intimate glimpse into the struggle of being embraced in the dreamy arms of fairy-tale love and abruptly robbed of the happily ever after. At the beginning of the book, Wellington prompts a challenge to redefine love for those who don’t believe in eternal love. I secretly whispered to myself, “Challenge Accepted.” I am a hopeless romantic, and oddly, a skeptic of love without limits. Wellington surprised me. I lost the challenge as I became immersed, and she overwhelmed my senses. The beautiful sentiments enclosed within ensured “there wasn’t a dry eye in the place.” If readers don’t believe in selfless, eternal love, accept Laura J. Wellington’s challenge to change your mind. Be Careful What You Wish For is an excellent and insightful read for anyone who needs strength to heal, forgive, grieve, and celebrate life to find their happily ever after. And their smile.