Nothing More, Nothing Less by Ashley Dukart

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Nothing More, Nothing Less by Ashley Dukart is a story of loss and guilt.

Book Description:

When Brandon finds that his mother committed suicide, he blames himself for her decision. His guilt drives his young life into a downward spiral of drugs, drug-dealing, and violent repercussions when his “business partners” don’t get what they want. Haunted by the past that will never change, he fights to forget and to escape the memories he often relives. His brothers, who don’t always seem to understand him and what he’s going through, desperately try to help, but as life becomes further entangled, will Brandon find the escape he so desperately needs before it’s too late?

In this book the author ask When you can’t forget the past how do you forgive the present? we are introduced to Brandon a young man suffering from guilt over his mother’s suicide and spiraling out of control. This story sadly is one many people can relate to as it deals with the pain of loss and how if you let it, it can destroy you. Even though the basic story line was was that has been done before I still found myself drawn in and rooting for Brandon that he would be able to get his life together. It was a very well written book for a new author and I really enjoyed it. I would definitely recommend it.

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Rebecca is a boy mom, traveler, Disney addict, chocolate lover, and tea drinker. She lives in Florida and enjoys good food, good music, and a great book. Her goal in life is to live in the moment and to always be open to new things.

13 Comments

  1. Sounds like an emotional read, I think its extremely hard to ever forget the past and extremely easy to hate and punish your present and future life for it.

  2. If I am going to read this book, i might remember something in the past that has really hurt me a lot, but oh well, i have gone through it and overcame it, so i still think this is a good read!

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