If someone were to tell me I had a propensity for prostitution, I would have laughed hysterically.

Life Before by K.L. Romo chronicles the life of former prostitute, Eliza Darling, through the unique medium of her reincarnation. Told in alternating perspectives, the novel begins with Elaine Dearborn, a woman is immediately characterized as an “empty nester” as her youngest son has recently graduated high school. Now free to spend her time on activities she’s been looking forward to for years, she finds herself seated before her laptop with plans to begin a novel. Before she can begin, however, Elaine finds herself pulled into her past life to experience the hardships she once faced as Eliza.

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I was provided a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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