Thursday, September 6, 2018
Inlaws and Outlaws by Kate Fulford
Relationships - we all have them. Some just happen to be better than others, and some just happen to be worse than others.
Eve’s relationship with her boyfriend’s mother was a bit on the odd side but definitely warranted. Gideon’s mother, Marjorie, seemed to dislike Eve but wanted to know about her. Marjorie was a bit difficult to like but so was Eve.
Both of them seemed to be self-centered and BOTH were devoted to Gideon. They were quite the dueling characters and were characters to be concerned about.
Gideon also seemed to be someone who needed to be watched since his mother could do no wrong in his eyes.
INLAWS AND OUTLAWS actually had me laughing out loud at some of the things the characters said and did.
This book seemed to be a study in the personalities of the characters with most of the personalities being odd.
It was interesting how the family members warned Eve about Gideon’s mother and especially interesting about the comment about Eve needing to watch her back. As the book continued, the warning seemed to be something that needed to be heeded.
INLAWS AND OUTLAWS is an enjoyable book I would recommend if you like to look into the lives of characters and try to figure out what is actually going on and what the author is really trying to say about each character and his/her life.
Along with everything else, mystery and attempted murder were also added to the mix.
The characters are indeed entertaining and really don’t seem to be who they make themselves out to be.
If you are looking for a different, but good read INLAWS AND OUTLAWS would be a good choice.
ENJOY if you read the book. 4/5
This book was given to me by the author. All opinions are my own.