How to Save a Life by Liz fenton Lisa Steinke Book review
Amy Pineda,  Books,  Fiction,  Women's Fiction

How to Save a Life

How to Save a Life
Published: 7/14/2020
The bestselling authors of The Good Widow deliver a modern, suspenseful twist on Groundhog Day that asks the question: How far are you willing to go to save the life of someone you love? Dom is having a very bad day—one he literally can’t escape. When Dom bumps into Mia, his ex-fiancée whom he hasn’t seen in almost a decade, he believes they’ve been given a second chance and asks her out. When Mia dies…
How to Save a Life by Liz fenton Lisa Steinke Book review
Special thanks to KCC PR for providing our copy of How to Save a Life in exchange for an honest & fair review.

How to Save a Life

This book is a twist on a Groundhog Day type of story. The main character, Dom, regretted calling off his wedding to the love of his life, Mia. She walks back into his life 10 years later, bringing back memories of their time together and reinforcing his regrets that he walked away from her. Unfortunately, he gets one day with her, and then she tragically dies at the end of that day. The story is all about Dom re-living this same day, but making different choices to try to ensure Mia will live at the end of the day.

To be honest, I reluctantly picked up this book as I thought the story would be rather monotonous since the main character relives the same day over and over. I was pleasantly surprised and didn’t want to put the book down as I wanted to see what happened when he made different choices throughout the day. There are several plot twists (no spoilers) to lure you into the story. I tend to judge books by how quickly I read them as a good book is one I don’t want to put down. I love books that are “quick page-turners” and I tend to read them in a short amount of time.

THE VERDICT

I read How to Save a Life pretty quickly so I would recommend it to others. It made me think about how many little decisions I make in a day, and how those potentially change my entire day.
Check out our review for Liz & Lisa’s The Good Widow & Girl’s Night Out.

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About the Authors: Liz Fenton & Lisa Steinke

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Lisa & Liz | Photo by Debbie Friedrich

Liz and Lisa have been best friends for 30 years.  They created this website to celebrate books women (and men!) love and to have a place to talk shit about reality TV stars.  They have also published three women’s fiction novels with Simon & Schuster/Atria Books. Your Perfect Life is a hilarious and heartwarming story of two childhood best friends who switch bodies at their twenty-year high school reunion. The Status of All Things, is a cautionary tale of a woman who realizes she can change the course of her entire life by what she writes in her Facebook status. And The Year We Turned Forty follows three women who get the chance to relive the year they turned forty, a year they each made decisions that altered the course of their lives
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Mom and reading addict who is easily sucked into binge-watching a good series. Really Into: outdoor concerts, greasy food, and hanging out with friends (preferably on a sunny day outside)

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