Midwest Book Review: Modern love is anything but simple, and so the delicious complexities presented in I Regret Everything will delight its readers.
Date: May 22 2015
Modern love is nothing simple, as is illustrated in I Regret Everything, the story of an over-thirty Manhattan lawyer who nurtures a secret poetry career and sadness over how his life has evolved. When he's introduced to his boss's teen daughter, Spaulding, the two hit it off unexpectedly - and therein lies the crux of a story that becomes ever more complex; because theirs is a relationship so wrong on so many levels, and Jeremy's life is about to move from disappointing to complicated. I Regret Everything charts this course using the angst and concerns of two protagonists to reveal how their relationship changes their similar self-destructive courses in life even as it creates further blends of opportunity and danger. Perspectives change from chapter to chapter between Jeremy and Spaulding, and provide readers with clear glimpses into the psyches of both. Modern love is anything but simple, and so the delicious complexities presented in I Regret Everything will delight its readers.