Eternal Bloom by A.E. Gamrat – Review by Jana Teppih

Eternal BloomEternal Bloom by A.E. Gamrat
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Eternal Bloom by A.E. Gamrat is the follow up on her New Bloom and absolutely should not be read as a standalone as you would be totally lost! It is an amazing coming of age story that is as raw as the reality, no fluffy, romanticized version that one very often ends up with when trying to find something in that genre (or at least I have found…)
It is a continuation of Gwen’s story … the first book left us with an intense (and not in a good way) relationship between Gwen and her mom and her mom in the hospital in a quite serious condition … and of course Kame. Eternal Bloom is filled with anxiety and uncertainties … will her mother recover? Will the secrets that Kame is keeping pull them apart or make them stronger? Will they find a way to communicate clearly? Will Gwen and her mom find a way forward and improve on their relationship?
The story is filled with internal dialogue that gives us a window into how Gwen is feeling and thinking and I could so relate to it as I used to do so as well when I was her age … the chaos and how she struggles to make sense of it all … simply loved the story! The pains of growing up …

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