[Read] ➹ Keep Me Afloat ➵ Jennifer Gold – Uroturk.info

Keep Me Afloat From The Author Of The Ingredients Of Us Comes A Moving Story About True Love And Heartbreak, Mistakes And Redemption, Forgiveness And Second Chances Five Years Ago, Marine Biologist Abby Fisher Made A Mistake That Cost Her Everything Rather Than Face The Consequences, She Fled Home To Start Anew And Built The Career She D Always Dreamed Of But When Her Research Program Runs Out Of Funding, She S Adrift Once Again And Decides To Return To The Safe Harbor Of Her Family And FriendsExcept Nothing At Home Is How She RememberedHer Friendships Are Strained, Her Normally Affectionate Parents Seem Distant, And Her Once Great Love Story Is Now Just A Painful Memory What S Worse, She Keeps Running Into The People She Hurt Years Ago And They Aren T Ready To Forgive HerAbby Is Determined To Atone For Her Mistakes, But She Can T Seem To Move Beyond Her Guilt For A Chance Of Future Happiness Can Abby Learn To Sail Through The Storm, Or Will She Remain Lost At Sea Poignant And Heartfelt, Keep Me Afloat Asks The Question How Can You Expect Forgiveness From Others If You Can T Even Forgive Yourself


About the Author: Jennifer Gold

Jennifer Gold writes book club fiction about the relationships of real, flawed women love, past mistakes, redemption, and all the stuff in between Critics at Booklist have called her characters multifaceted and her storylines compelling and bittersweet Jenni is a travel obsessed romantic and ambivert When she s not writing, you can find her sipping coffee, enjoying the outdoors, or



10 thoughts on “Keep Me Afloat

  1. says:

    4 5 starsThis is a lovely book, aspects of which I will remember for a long time This is the story of Abby, her relationships, friendships, the mistakes and errors of judgement she makes, facing up to them with the chance for redemption and a fresh start and I like her story However, the stand out thing for me is her job of marine biologist and aspects of this struck a real chord with me and that is mostly what I m taking from this


  2. says:

    Dear Readers, When I was a kid, I was obsessed with nature documentaries I grew up on a steady diet of Steve Irwin and David Attenborough Even now, I could successfully narrate the entirety of Blue Planet without skipping a beat Before I became a writer, I entertained dreams of becoming a veterinarian, a marine naturalist, a wildlife photographer I have always loved animals, especially whales So, it s probably not a surprise that I wrote


  3. says:

    What a stunning, achingly beautiful novel about love, redemption, and whales Nothing is quite as it seems when marine biologist, Abby Fisher, returns home after a five year absence Penniless and jobless, she brings with her a half empty U haul and a trailer of guilt As she struggles to face those she hurt, and attempts to find a new job on the ocean, her true journey becomes a solitary one Only by turning inward can Abby find forgiveness and per


  4. says:

    My first book of 2020 And also my first 5 star read of 2020 Thanks to cometreadingsblogtours for the novel you should not miss this one by jennifergoldauthor Keep Me Afloat tells the story of Abby, a woman who has returned home after the research project she was working on has ended It s clear at the beginning that Abby is tentative to come home for a lot of reasons, and the way Jennifer develops the story makes it a complete page turner as you re look


  5. says:

    I enjoy this author s writing style It s hard to explain but it just flows so easily that you feel like you know the characters The one thing that keeps popping up in my mind when I think of this book is Abby is a Marine Biologist She makes some choices about her career for other people and puts herself on the back burner This decision digs a hole in her soul and she is desperate to get back on the water Life with Dennis is anything but exciting The love of h


  6. says:

    This was a great book about dealing with heartbreak, loss, and the uncertainties of life It tells the story of Abby, who went to school for marine biology and has a passion for all things oceanic When she meets her future husband Dennis, however, her life takes a turn she hadn t expected or planned for Years later, after having lived and worked in California for a while, she is back in her hometown and struggling to face the things in her past that she never made pe


  7. says:

    Jennifer Gold has written another heart stopping novel in Keep Me Afloat The story takes place beginning in 2000 and also in 2018, the present It weaves seamlessly from past to present and back to the past again in the life of Abby and the love of her life, Dennis I found it very hard to put down and also very emotional, especially toward the end I felt anger, sadness, peace, fear and joy nestled in the pages of this lovely novel I knew Abby s love of the sea aboard the wh


  8. says:

    I was very disappointed with this book, which I found trite and stale The main character, Abby, a grown woman of 35, is still having trouble negotiating life and love The parts of the story that focused on marine mammals, whales in particular, was well researched and made important points about habitat and behavior The rest of the story I thought was weak and contrived.I received this book as an ARC from the publisher and NetGalley.


  9. says:

    I received an advanced copy of this book from Netgalley.com All thoughts are my own This review contains spoilers Abby Fisher is adrift, lost in life for the second time in five years Keep Me Afloat begins with the protagonist driving from California to her hometown in the Pacific Northwest Five years ago, she hit the self destruct button on her marriage and fled to California The research she was doing has been stripped of funding and she s returning home, hoping to fix what she broke


  10. says:

    This was the first Jennifer Gold book for me and I love her style of story telling Keep Me Afloat definitely spoke to me I have found myself in a transition period of life right now Abby s character resonated with me I found myself drawn to certain passages and quotes in the book Don t let the what if s interfere with what you want I felt all her pain and all the difficult changes she had to make in her life Just like Christy and Nick helped Abby, I have also found that friends make your life


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