P.S. I Forgive You by D.G. Kaye–a great read

I just posted a review of P.S. I Forgive You on Amazon and Goodreads. It’s worth your while to read! Get it on Amazon.

I’ve read two very different books by D.G. Kaye already—Have Bags, Will Travel, a trippy (pun intended) book about her travel adventures complicated by the shopping gene and Conflicted Hearts, the introduction to the mother that created a dysfunctional family. P.S. I Forgive You takes up where Conflicted Hearts leaves off—dealing with the emotional turmoil of dealing with a dying mother. Reconcile? Not a realistic option given all the pain Kaye suffered. She finally broke off several years before and couldn’t engage sympathetically as a dutiful daughter might under the circumstances. While the title is “I Forgive You,” it applies more to herself as her mother in my reading. If you’ve been a part of a dysfunctional family or had a narcissistic parent, this is a book you should read. You’ll see how Kaye survived the emotional roller coaster and wound up becoming a happy and healthy person.

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14 thoughts on “P.S. I Forgive You by D.G. Kaye–a great read”

  1. Wowwwwwwwwww. Thanks so much for this beautiful review John. I think you got the message quite clear! I’m going to reblog this and perhaps use it in a post for a promotion I want to do with that book, so I’ll let you know when I put it together. For now, it’s getting shared and going in draft! 🙂 🙂

    1. Hey, I mean it all! I think you rally nailed this. I had a dysfunctional family of sorts but both my parents were gone by the time I hit 16. Then I had the model of a what functional family should be for the two years I lived with my brother and his wife, plus a three-year old.

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