#BookReview- Twenty Years After “I Do” by D.G. Kaye #Memoir @pokercubster – Jacquie Biggar-USA Today Best-selling author

A new review came in for my book Twenty Years: After “I Do“, from author Jacquie Biggar. I was elated to come across this review while on vacation, and I enjoyed the style Jacquie has written the review in – written just like a romance writer would! My thanks to Jacquie for reading and reviewing. And stay tuned, as tomorrow, Jacquie will be my first Q and A guest for 2020!






Honest. Heartfelt. Compelling. D.G. Kaye’s memorable memoir is a must-read!


Falling in love wasn’t in her plans. Falling in love with an older man changed her life.

What happens when you meet your other half in the twilight of his life? The author walks us through the thrill of falling in love, the reality of living with health issues, and the responsibility of becoming your husband’s caregiver.

Love is the bond that transcends and it’s proven with this couple as they travel life’s joys and obstacles with grace and laughter.

Over the last few years, I’ve become my mom’s caregiver and could relate to many of the issues broached in this book. Doctor and specialist appointments, nagging over proper nutrition requirements, cleaning and laundry for two homes, wheelchair operations, and over it all, the fear that you aren’t doing enough to keep them with you for a few more years.

I won’t lie- it scares me every day.

Thank you to the author for her honesty. It helps to know we aren’t alone, whatever our individual situations.

I give Twenty Years After “I Do” 5 lovely kisses- An Inspirational Read!


For full post, please visit Jacquie’s blog.


Source: #BookReview- Twenty Years After “I Do” by D.G. Kaye #Memoir @pokercubster – Jacquie Biggar-USA Today Best-selling author

18 thoughts on “#BookReview- Twenty Years After “I Do” by D.G. Kaye #Memoir @pokercubster – Jacquie Biggar-USA Today Best-selling author

  1. Kudos on getting a great review on a book I also reviewed.

    At first, I have gotten reviews from ARCs I sent out, and others came in slowly but steadily. I gently nudge others who have agreed to post a review, but it isn’t easy. Also, I continue to promote online and in various venues in my city. Do you have a secret?

    Again, wonderful review from Jacquie – 5 lovely kisses!


    1. Thanks so much Marian. Reviews come in sporadically. It’s important you keep yourself around social media, groups that support and of course engaging as you already do on your blog. Other than that, it’s still a mystery. 🙂


  2. Hi Debby – that’s great isn’t it … it does sound like you’ve written a great memoir for you and your hubby – congratulations on the excellent review – cheers and take care in these times – Hilary


  3. Thanks for sharing my review of your wonderful memoir here, Debby. It’s obvious from the beginning that was a labor of love. Even though the road isn’t always easy, we do what we must for those in our hearts.
    Your hubby is a lucky man ❤


  4. Wow, what a lovely review, and I can echo the sentiments having lived through the same emotions with my mother. Thankfully my man although 25 years older, hasn’t (yet) had any serious health issues, but at his age, (assuming he survives coronavirus), it’s only a matter of time.


    1. Oye Deb! Sending hugs over the pond. Please stay safe and keep your man safe. Thanks for the lovely comment. Glad to be home in the midst of this world chaos. Hugs xx


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