A Life More Complete
by: Nikki Young
review by Wendy
In “A Life More Complete” we find Kristin, an OCD borderline neurotic Publicist of an Under-aged Starlet. Kristin’s professional life collides with her personal life, and making decisions that will drastically alter her reality.
This Book Sucked me in from the Prologue. This is a story of love, loss, and the choices we make in life (whether it’s the ones people around us believe are the correct ones). I went through a mirage of emotions, from happy, to mad, to downright pissed off (if I hadn’t been reading it on my Kindle, I may have thrown the book). Some of the book I found scary relate-able, other aspects remind me of watching TMZ, and what I image celebrity’s go through.
I don’t want to give away any spoilers, so I am going to stop here. I can honestly say I couldn’t put it down, I had to know what was going to happen and what Kristin was going to do next?
My only issue with the book (and I’m not sure if this was a formatting issue with the Kindle or Editing Issues) was that especially in the beginning, that scenes seemed to change mid paragraph, and I would have to reread out of confusion of what was going on. I didn’t notice this in the last half of the book.
In the End though, I do recommend this book (I have read it twice now). It is a really good First Novel, and I can not wait to see what else Nikki Young has to give.