Whatever Colleen Hoover wants you to feel; pain, heartache, fear, you feel it and Regretting You is another hilly ride of emotion.
Whilst it is a romance of sorts, the real story is the fragile bond between mother and daughter. A relationship that’s unfiltered and stripped back to its bare bones and rebuilt. The book focusses on the perspectives of both the mother and daughter and you get an insight into both perspectives in an impossible situation.
I enjoyed the book, not quite as much as other CH books I’ve read but it’s definitely worth a read.
Genre: women’s fiction / romance