Jennifer Colby-Kittler is the boss. They even call her The Jenneral. But married life is hard, even when you call the shots. When the sizzle in her and husband Russ’ romance goes AWOL, Jenn calls in the big guns. They’re going to forge ahead and have a second child whether Russ likes it or not. The only problem is that Russ is leaning toward not.
When the Kittler’s new baby mission doesn’t go according to Jenn’s plan, the tension grows, and a mutiny in their marriage unfolds. Jenn’s sister (the lovable Kait from Project Kaitlyn, book one in the Sweet Water Circle series) and friends intervene, forcing her to explore her inner being by attending yoga classes hosted by a dreamy new instructor. Jenn reluctantly agrees, needing to learn to how to let go of control before a civil war leads to divorce. But when the guru falls for her (desperately wanting to also explore her inner being) and an old flame finds out that Jenn’s marriage is under attack and attempts to plant his flag, Jenn doesn’t know which path to choose.
Can Jenn learn to let go before her life spirals out of control? Should she save her marriage before it’s too late, start over with someone new, or go it alone?
With hysterical antics, witty and humorous dialogue, and a strong character arc, you’ll love the follow-up to Project Kaitlyn. Jenn Reinvented is the second book in the hilarious Sweet Water Circle series, exploring the relationships, life adventures, and personal growth of a small circle of friends, who you’re gonna want to hang out with, which is good, because their stories are ready to be told in the rest of the Sweet Water Circle series!
Jenn Reinvented is the second book in The Sweet Water Circle series and follows the story of Jennifer Colby-Kittler. She is strong minded woman who knows what she wants from life, and what she wants more than anything is another baby with her husband Russ in the hope that it will help fix the cracks that are forming in their relationship.
But Russ is far from agreeable when it comes to expanding their family, and this certainly adds to the strain they are already facing as a couple. Jenn’s sister Kait (who most of us recognise from the first book in this series – Project Kaitlyn) along with Jenn’s friends intervene, encouraging Jenn that joining a yoga class might allow her to regain some calmness in her life.
She reluctantly agrees to attend the classes as she is fully aware that this is her last attempt at doing something that could potentially salvage her troubled marriage, but when she meets the handsome instructor who is leading the class Jenn finds herself questioning what it is she really wants from life after all.
After reading – and loving – Project Kaitlyn, I had been eagerly anticipating the next book in this series and simply hoped it would live up to the incredibly high standards the first book had set. As soon as I had finished the first chapter I knew this would be an unforgettable read. Jenn is a character that I found my heart going out to from the moment we meet her. Despite her rather bossy nature, she has a huge heart, and I think it is quite obvious that there are reasons for her behaviour which we come to understand as the story progresses. It was really lovely to be reacquainted with Kait too and to find out a little about her life and how it has changed since the first book. Alongside a cast of interesting characters that provide humour and truly heartwarming moments throughout.
A wonderfully written story that had me hooked to the very end, I truly loved this story.
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About the Author
Grayson Avery is the author of The Sweet Water Circle Series, a romantic comedy series that focuses on childhood friends in their 30’s and 40’s as they help each other navigate the stormy waters of dating, marriage, divorce, and a whole lot of inappropriate, naughty, and downright hysterical situations.
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*Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources and Grayson Avery for providing me with a gifted copy of this book in return for my honest review. All thoughts are entirely my own and not influenced in any way.*