By Noa Grey
The Studio, a Paper Lantern Lit imprint
Pub Date: Aug 16 2016
Women from around the world relied on the advice of Hope Jackson when it came to love, sex and life. When she suddenly passes away the women don’t know who to turn to. Sarah, Rory and Mims need answers and have found themselves knee deep in relationship issues and parenting problems. “MRS” follows these three women on their journey to find their authentic self and start living again.
I wasn’t sure what to expect from this book as there aren’t any reviews out yet. I walked into this story very hesitantly as it strays from my typical reading genres. “MRS” appeared to be the soap opera version of a book. However, I was more than surprised to find I was intrigued from the first chapter.
For any woman who has ever been cheated on, dealt with rebellious children or found themselves feeling lost among the world, “MRS” promises to fill you with hope. I found myself relating to all three women in some form or another. Noa Grey brilliantly brings to the table a way to cope with the obstacles that get thrown our way.
“MRS” covers topics relating to cancer, suicide, depression, infidelity, homosexuality and so much more. I applaud the author for being able to sew these topics together so gracefully and fluidly.