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Mon – Thur: 9AM to 9PM
Fri – Sat: 9AM to 5PM
Sun: 1PM to 5PM
4613 N Oketo Ave
Harwood Heights, IL 60706
708-867-7828

4613 N Oketo Ave, Harwood Heights, IL 60706 708-867-7828

Mon – Thur: 9AM to 9PM | Fri – Sat: 9AM to 5PM | Sun: 1PM to 5PM

The Push by Ashley Audrain

“I looked up and felt nothing for you—not love, not hate, not anything in between. Is this what the end was supposed to feel like? There are people who work through it, who fight for one another, who do it for the children. The life they thought they needed. But I had nothing to fuel the fire. Nothing to give.”

Blythe and Fox Connor are happy newlyweds thinking about having a baby.  Blythe is nervous about motherhood because her own mother committed suicide and her grandmother was cruel, but Fox insists she will be a good mother.

This novel, written in the second person is a missive from Blythe to Fox with a few flashbacks to Blythe’s childhood. When the couple has their first child, a girl named Violet, Blythe seems to have attachment disorder but Violet is spiteful and manipulative with her mother. When a second child, Sam is born Blythe feels the love and connection she missed with Violet. Then something happens to change everything.

If you enjoy psychological page turning thrillers, this novel is for you.

Categories: Adults.

The Push by Ashley Audrain

“I looked up and felt nothing for you—not love, not hate, not anything in between. Is this what the end was supposed to feel like? There are people who work through it, who fight for one another, who do it for the children. The life they thought they needed. But I had nothing to fuel the fire. Nothing to give.”

Blythe and Fox Connor are happy newlyweds thinking about having a baby.  Blythe is nervous about motherhood because her own mother committed suicide and her grandmother was cruel, but Fox insists she will be a good mother.

This novel, written in the second person is a missive from Blythe to Fox with a few flashbacks to Blythe’s childhood. When the couple has their first child, a girl named Violet, Blythe seems to have attachment disorder but Violet is spiteful and manipulative with her mother. When a second child, Sam is born Blythe feels the love and connection she missed with Violet. Then something happens to change everything.

If you enjoy psychological page turning thrillers, this novel is for you.

Categories: Adults.