Book Review: Keep Me Posted by Lisa Beazley

  Title: Keep Me Posted

 Author: Lisa Beazley

 Published:  April 28th 2016 by Text Publishing

 Pages: 320 pages.

 Summary: Cassie and Sid Sunday, once as close as sisters could be, have drifted apart. Cassie’s struggling as a stay-at-home mother to twin toddlers in Manhattan, while Sid lives an expat’s life of leisure in far-off Singapore. It doesn’t help that Sid spurns social media while Cassie is addicted to her iPhone. So when Sid suggests they reconnect the old-fashioned way—through real, handwritten letters—Cassie is on board. Intimate and honest, their correspondence becomes a kind of mutual confessional and renews their bond. But Cassie’s made a big mistake—one that their relationship, not to mention their marriages, might not survive.(Goodreads)

Digital Arc provided by publisher via NetGalley
in exchange of honest review.

In this millennia era, where your phone is the first thing you reach before you start your day, writing a letter would be last thing on your mind. The last time I written a letter was two or three years ago to my internet friend.

This book gives me that Sophie Kinsella vibes. I really loved it. Cass is so funny. Her thoughts about her own kids, her neighbor and everything basically, were hysterical. She kind of reminds me of my own sister, young mom trying to adjust the married life, learning how to cook all the healthy food for the family and all that jazz.

I love how everything coming together without feeling being rushed. Lisa Beazley writing is fantastic. It made you annoyed by Cassie but on the other you’re still rooting for her anyway. I would definitely read any book by her now.

What I don’t like about this book is that Cass kept the most ridiculous secrets. Like something that wasn’t supposed to be a secret but she made a big deal out of it by not telling anyone, especially her husband. But I can see that’s for her character development but still that’s annoying.

I gave this book



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