New Reviews for P.S. I Forgive You and Conflicted Hearts by D.G. Kaye

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There is only one thing more rewarding for an author than receiving a five star review, and for me, that is learning that my books have touched the hearts of those who read my stories. Today I’m sharing two new recent reviews I received last week, one each for Conflicted Hearts and P.S. I Forgive You. Thank you.

P.S. I Forgive You


5 Stars –  P.S. I Forgive You

on April 13, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase

Why forgive? Isn’t it extremely hard to do so? This question reverberates around me even after reading the most poignant account of D.G. Kaye who had nobody to turn to for love, care and affection.

When a child’s mother is selfish and self-centered, when she blames and threatens her own daughter, when emotional abuse almost breaks the spirit of a girl who tries her best to please her mother, forgiveness is a far cry.

Forgiveness is the most intransigent emotion, the most hurting feeling, rekindling the sensation of being victimized; highlighting the supremacy and the arrogance of our perpetrator yet Kaye emerges resilient, responsible, benevolent and at peace after she decides to let go all the grief that had eaten into the best hours of her life.

‘P.S. I Forgive You’ is the story of every child who is deprived of a loving childhood due to insensitive parenting. It could inspire a thousand mothers to be emotionally present, to be more understanding and loving and pay attention to the little concerns of their children.

My heart missed a beat when I read how Kaye is torn between guilt and duty to go and see her dying mother and decides to go to her father’s grave “to speak to my dad about current goings on in my life and update him on family matters,” she confides.

“I feel lifeless, I miss you, mama. I miss everything I didn’t have from you. Still I am sorry. I forgive you.”…That sums up the distressing memories of the author whose grief and guilt merge into each other at the death of her mother.


Conflicted Hearts, D.G. Kaye


5 Stars – Conflicted Hearts  


By R. Wolfe on 8 April 2017

Format: Paperback

This is a powerful journey with the author. A journey of life, love, struggle and death. Written in a style that makes you keep turning the pages, turning a reluctant and fussy reader into a bookworm leaving scorch marks on the pages!
I was hooked. Perhaps I identify with aspects of the life story, perhaps it is a purely engaging tale, vividly painted and expertly told.
This is the first book I have read by this author, it will not be the last.

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  1. Well done Debby!

    1. Thanks Stevie. 🙂

  2. Lovely reviews, Debby. 😀

    1. Thanks Diana. <3

  3. Congratulations, Deb! Wonderful news!! May the blessings keep coming, my friend.

    Marianne ♥

    1. Thanks so much for your kind wishes Marianne. <3

  4. Two excellent reviews, Debby xx

    1. Thanks Adele. (I just fished this out of spam!) 🙁 <3

  5. GREAT, well-deserved reviews!!!

    1. Thank you Pam. 🙂

  6. Fantastic reviews, Deb. You must be thrilled ♥

    1. Thank you my friend. Yes, each and every review is a thrill. <3

  7. Congratulations, Debby on such wonderful reviews…the first one so tender it brought tears to my eyes.

    1. Aw, thanks so much Annika. It actually brought tears to my eyes too. 🙂 It’s so rewarding when our words connect with readers. 🙂

  8. Those are lovely. ? And, yes, when you’ve touched someone with your words, it’s better than a 5 star review. It is a truly amazing feeling.

    1. Thanks again Sarah. From one writer to another. <3

  9. Great reviews, Debby. I can see I just need to make more time for reading. I’m not sure where it’s going to come from though.

    1. Don’t we all wish for more reading time Norah. 🙂

  10. That’s awesome, Debby. It would be a toss-up as to what is more rewarding and satisfying to me, a 5-star review or touching a reader with your story… Being able to make a difference in someone’s life means everything! 🙂

    1. It sure does Liesbet, and I can vouch, that most of my 5 star reviewed books have touched the readers, so it’s a double blessing. 🙂

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