Instamom by Chantel Guertin

 


Release Date: 06.29.2021





Synopsis:


In this #funny, #wise, #emotionally compelling look at modern love and finding your true path, a proudly kid-free influencer meets the ultimate #dealbreaker . . .

It’s the influencer’s golden rule: know your niche. Kit Kidding has found hers on Instagram, where she gets paid to promote brands and share expertly curated posts about her fun, fabulous, child-free life. Kit likes kids just fine, but she passionately believes that women who choose not to become mothers shouldn’t have to face guilt. Or judgement. Or really hot chefs who turn out to be single dads.

Will MacGregor is aggravating, sexy, persistent, averse to social media, and definitely a bad idea. As soon as Kit learns his parenting status, she vows to put their scorching one-night stand behind her and move on. But Will and Kit are thrown together on an Instagram campaign, and the more time she spends with him—and his whip-smart, eight-year-old daughter, Addie—the more difficult it is to stay away, much less sustain what Will so cleverly calls her “Resting Beach Face.” Kit’s picture-perfect career path is suddenly clashing with the possibility of a different future—messy, complicated, and real. Which life does she truly want? Will she have to re-invent herself? And will love still be waiting by the time she fi
gures it out?

Review:



Instamom wasn't what I thought it was when I picked it up without reading the blurb, but I've really liked it.

I've to tell you I loved the cover and the title and I thought it was a rom com, chick-lit kind of story and while it was fun at times, it also was a meaningful tale. I laughed and teared up as well.

Kit Kidding is an influencer and an advocate for the women who don't want to be mom and want to be childfree. Her life is kinda stagnant and fake, apart for her group meetings, until she meets Will MacGregor, an attractive and handsome caterer with an adorable daughter, who will make her reconsider her life choices.

I liked the main characters. Kit and Will are very opposites, you can see they are nice and lovely but they don't trust each other easily. It was a pleasure to see their relationship grow organically from a fling to something more and the ending was perfect for them.
For me Kit's speech is commendable because everyone have the right to choose a path without being judged and if you find this kind of freedom you won't feel bad for changing your thoughts along the way.

Chantel Guertin conveyed a deep message in a great way, with her practical writing and good flow.

I highly recommend it but be careful if being or not being a mom make you uncomfortable.


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