Today I have the review for the final book in the Chaos series. I have read each of the books in this series so I was really looking forward to it. You can see my previous reviews for Holding Myself and Losing Myself by clicking the links.
Kat’s life has become a blur of dirty nappies and sleepless nights. She has moved into the flat above the salon she owns, alone and without Max the father of her children.
To make matters worse, Max has revealed he plans to remarry.
Constantly on edge, her babies are taking up all of her time and Max is never around to help.
Diagnosed with post-natal depression, Kat feels more alone than ever.
Will Kat be able to manage alone? Can she find hope and rebuild her life?
Finding Myself is a novel about searching for the light at the end of the tunnel
As with the other books in the series I really enjoyed reading Victoria’s latest instalment.
Coming full circle with the trials and tribulations of Kat’s life we finally see a resolution.
Things are certainly not easy for Kat and I like the way it highlights the difficulties of having children and the fear and worries that come along with it.
We get to see a bit more of Kat’s family and how they have also struggled with issues within their lives.
We don’t just get to see how Kat moves on but everyone else as well. It is written really well and what I have enjoyed most about the series is that is isn’t a typical soft and fluffy story, the end isn’t about a white knight riding in on his horse. The simplest of things with Kat’s situation can be classed as a win.
As a mother is find this sort of portrayal of motherhood so much more accurate than it is often described.
I highly recommend this series to anyone who wants something that hits a little deeper than your average read.
I would give this book 4/5 stars.
Thanks for reading.