Have you read the other five books in the Rogue series from Lara Ward Cosio? No? Then stop, do not read this gem. Not just yet. This is a cumulative read that you will want to devour after you have had the chance to read the journey the characters have gone on to get here. If the answer is yes, then please continue with the novel and this review. You won’t want to miss a moment of the fabulous five star writing you will read.
In Finding Felicity we are revisiting some if my favorite Rogue family characters, Felicity and the ever handsome man candy Connor. They are in a new stage of life together and adjusting to new roles as parents, and just in general with the stage of life they are in as adults.
Connor has been dealing with his own demons. His father has caused him some great stress. I don’t want to divulge too many details on that, but he certainly doesn’t go to the one person he should about it.
Felicity has found herself in a great rut of postpartum depression. A topic that most moms are very afraid to talk about ever. This was something I loved seeing the author tackle, and she did so with great class and grace. I was super impressed. I hope this reaches women who suffer from this as much as it did with me. Felicity really does some soul searching in this novel and it was great reading material. I had a hard time wanting to put this book down, let alone wanting it to end. The only solace is know this series isn’t over just yet. I will be anxious to see what else will come for the Rouge family.
Review by @lizaileen