If I Could Turn Back Time by Cindy Cowles

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Score: 3/5

Genre: NA Romance

Cindy’s short story takes the ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ divine intervention and applies it to regrets of love lost and family death. The premise is interesting enough to start reading.

Readers beware; the topics involved / sources of regret may cause people to react vehemently. In addition, there is a forced feeling to the conversations and interactions that were almost accepted carte blanche. It is easy to lose immersion and flow.

Ultimately, this story’s value will appeal to people with deep traumas that they wish to undo. Everything leads up to a happy ending. This story will resonate with a few purely for the topic, but it did not appeal to me.

I received an advanced review copy of this fiction in exchange for an honest review.

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