I Wish You Happy

I Wish You Happy Told with warmth and wit I Wish You Happy explores the sometimes dark complexity of relationships the transformative power of friendship and the magic of hope Rescuing abandoned animals is easier fo

  • Title: I Wish You Happy
  • Author: Kerry Anne King
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  • Page: 332
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  • Told with warmth and wit, I Wish You Happy explores the sometimes dark complexity of relationships, the transformative power of friendship and the magic of hope.Rescuing abandoned animals is easier for Rae than attempting relationships with people According to her therapist, she lacks a dimmer switch her energy is either full intensity on or off Lately, she s been opting Told with warmth and wit, I Wish You Happy explores the sometimes dark complexity of relationships, the transformative power of friendship and the magic of hope.Rescuing abandoned animals is easier for Rae than attempting relationships with people According to her therapist, she lacks a dimmer switch her energy is either full intensity on or off Lately, she s been opting for off.But the switch flips back on when Rae s car collides with a cyclist, leaving the rider fighting for her life After discovering the crash was a suicide attempt, Rae invites the victim emotionally and physically fragile Kat into her home Soon, Rae finds herself opening up, not just to friendship but also to the possibility of love with Cole, the crisis worker assigned to Kat s case.However, Kat s pain threatens to overshadow Rae as their codependent friendship deepens When disaster strikes again, Rae is desperate to help Kat heal, but the plan backfires, putting at risk Rae s tenuous connections and forcing her to confront the most difficult challenge of all embracing her own happiness Get A Copy Kindle Store StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBound Or buy for Published by Lake Union Publishing More Details Edition Language English Other Editions 4 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends tho

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    About “Kerry Anne King

    • Kerry Anne King

      Kerry Anne King is the author of the international bestselling novel Closer Home Licensed both as an RN and a Mental Health Counselor, she draws on her experience working in the medical and mental health fields to explore themes of loss, grief, and transformation Kerry lives in a little house in the big woods of the inland northwest with her Viking, three cats, a dog, and a yard full of wild tur Kerry Anne King is the author of the international bestselling novel Closer Home Licensed both as an RN and a Mental Health Counselor, she draws on her experience working in the medical and mental health fields to explore themes of loss, grief, and transformation Kerry lives in a little house in the big woods of the inland northwest with her Viking, three cats, a dog, and a yard full of wild turkey and deer She also writes fantasy and mystery novels as Kerry Schafer

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    • This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I m usually not into Contemporary Fiction, but Kerry Anne King is the alter ego of Kerry Schafer, so I just had to give this book a try.And right in the first few pages Kerry hooked me when Rae gets upset at her therapist when the therapist says something demeaning about Rae s dead pet rat If there s one thing I understand and which makes me relate it s someone being sad about the death of a beloved pet and how hurtf [...]


    • A rollercoaster ride from beginning to end I couldn t put this book down as I held on for dear life with my escalating emotions King writes articulate, exciting, sensitive prose that is an absolute pleasure to read I felt fortunate to read an ARC with no pressure for a review By the time I was partway through, I couldn t wait to share my thoughts.


    • Depicting the depth of human frailty yet framing it within a picture of hope, I Wish You Happy pulls you in as you root for the flawed, yet intoxicating characters to reach a satisfying conclusion of healing King s writing is impeccable and her knowledge and exploration of depression and how it affects those it touches makes this a story that everyone will connect with.


    • So good Such a lighthearted, warm and funny story about mental health and how none of us are really normal Every character came with their own little bit of mad It could have been sad, or a bit gruesome even but somehow managed to be the opposite Our main person, Rea, really grew throughout the book.r a while I wanted to sink with the amount of other people s problems and emotions that she was taking aboard, but she copped on It s a story about a girl that tends to take on shit, stray So good Su [...]


    • It s the horrible accident that forms the backbone of the plot at the beginning of I WISH YOU HAPPY that will take your breath and have you turning the pages The hook has a vivid, ripped from the headlines vibe, one that will have you wondering what you would do, how you would respond in a similar situation But there are so many other treasures to find in this story as it unfolds From the warm, deeply human and relatable characters to the heartbreaking and complex situation they find themselv It [...]


    • Finding HappinessI Wish You Happy is a heartfelt book, a story that exudes warmth and feelings The characters in this book are quirky, genuine, and a bit tortured they are all searching not only for their own happiness but also for the happiness of the people they love Although parts of this book are very dark, there is also such a spirit of hope and optimism I loved the relationships in this booknone of them easyrents and children, husbands and wives, a blossoming love, and friends Finding Happ [...]


    • This was a free and Kindle giveaway It s all about a nurse who takes a suicidal girl under her wing The characters are only a little believable The plot moves at a snail s pace but it does give the reader yards and yards of hope We can all use a lot of that


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