On behalf of Zoe at https://zooloosbookdiary.co.uk/zooloos-blog-tours and Suzanne Lane, I am excited and honoured today to be reviewing Knee Deep. Thank you to Suzanne Lane for a copy of this novel in exchange for an unbiased and honest review.
Three Best friends with three very different stories.
Georgie Baxter, a sensible wife and mother of two, spends her whole life juggling work with running the household.
Liza Carmichael is happily married to Tom – the most perfect man on the planet. She has a great life but craves for a baby to make their family complete.
Brooke Collins is confident, independent and full of sass. As well as being incredibly gorgeous, she is a highly successful businesswomen, who doesn’t need a man to make her happy.
These three friends have been together forever and support each other through thick and thin. Which is certainly needed at this time of their lives, as things start to unravel for them.
Can they fix each other when they become knee deep in their own problems?
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If you pop by regularly, you may already know how much I adore my friends and I love to read books about friendship and women supporting each other. So, with this in mind, you may not be surprised to hear that I thoroughly enjoyed reading Knee Deep by Suzanne Lane. Knee Deep is the story of 3 friends – all very different in personality and life circumstances but all very close. As each of the girls struggle with personal issues, their lived begin to fall apart. Can their friendship see them all through?
I adored these three women and became so invested in their journeys to seek happiness. They are all so different yet all so relatable and real. They all live very different lives yet none are fully satisfied and this is a very familiar feeling for so many people in reality. Suzanne Lane touches on some sensitive issues that women experience daily and it’s good to read about them through characters, almost normalising them.
This is such a heartwarming book. There are so many emotions along the way and I became attached to Liza, Brooke and Georgie. I wanted to be part of their circle and comfort each one.
This is such a great book to celebrate friendships and different women.
Author Bio – Suzanne Lane
Suzanne Lane has self-published two fiction novels for adults and five fiction novels for children. She lives in Worcestershire with her nine-year-old son, cat and two guinea pigs. She works as a freelance Sales Manager and writer for magazines.
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