Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Review of A Life With You by Roy Miller

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Synopsis: "A Life With You details the small moments of life as lived with a partner. Running out of gas, going for a walk around the neighborhood or water fights in the kitchen, the little things are the glue that keep us together over the years and this collection of vignettes aims to rekindle some memories. Read it with a partner and discuss it together if you can, or use your imagination to paint the image of your perfect match. A Life With You is a reminder that our lives aren't measured in milestones, but in the time between."

My Review:  I wasn't sure what I would be getting with this book, it could have gone either way but I ended up really enjoying it. It is a bunch of brief glimpses into a relationship from one partner's point of view. While so many point to big moments to define a relationship, this book does a great job of pointing out the little moments that speak of great love and connection. It was definitely one that made me pause and think about my own marriage and even stop one day to write my husband a little thank you note for all the little things he does that I never really thank him for. It is beautiful to read and gives you a very feel good, sentimental feeling.
My Rating: I really enjoyed this book, honestly even more than I expected I would. I found it to be a really feel good, mushy and all around happy book to read. I really hope you will give this one a try (and I may even consider it a great wedding gift to remind couples to note the small moments).  I give it a rating of Four Paws!
I received a copy of A Life With You from the author in exchange for an honest review.
You can find out more about Roy Miller and his work on his Goodreads Page or his Website.
You can also obtain your own copy in print or digital format on Amazon or Barnes and Noble.


  1. This sounds great. It is the little moments that matter and you're right, this would make a great wedding gift idea.

    1. I really loved this one and the author even suggests to reading it with a spouse or loved one. Too bad it seems my wedding seasons are over for a while after 5 years of 6+ weddings each year.