Friday, 7 February 2014

Sixty Days Blog Tour - Review & Giveaway



Title: Sixty Days
Author: Zoe Glez
Genre: Romance/Coming of Age 17+
Publication Date: December 16, 2013
Event Organized By: Literati Author Services, Inc.
Review Copy: From author in exchange of honest review
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“What, no last kiss for me?” I ask, my pout on full display. Mickey looks at me as if he suddenly remembers that this will probably be our last kiss until January and heads toward me. Pulling me in his arms, he kisses me with such passion and need that it makes me weak in the knees.
“I could spend a whole eternity kissing you, my heaven,” he says, breathlessly. “I love you, Laylah. You are my world, remember that.”
“I love you too, Mickey,” I whisper to him. Stretching up onto my tiptoes, I hug the love of my life, wishing that we could stay like this forever.”

Sixty days; the length of a traditional Puerto Rican Christmas, starting the day before thanksgiving and ending as soon as January 6th. That’s how long Laylah’s entire family will be visiting.

Laylah has been in love with her brother’s best friend, Mickey, since she was ten. Even at such a young age, she knew her love was true. At thirteen, her family moved away, leaving her love and his beautiful dimpled smile behind. At eighteen, Laylah went off to California to attend college. At nineteen, Laylah returned home to her grandmother’s, broken and lost as to where her place in the world was.

Six years is how long it had been since Laylah and Mickey had seen each other; six years is how long it took for them to finally be together. Two years later, Mickey and Laylah are going strong. They have built a life together, a life they want to live forever. One problem, only a few select people know that they are a couple, let alone living together. Now, the entire family is coming to stay for sixty days to celebrate the holidays after years apart.

Will this family be able to endure the next sixty days filled with secrets, lies, and deceit that threatens to break them apart? Will Mickey and Laylah’s love be able to withstand the next sixty days? Join Laylah as she embarks on this journey of family, love, and finding her true self.


Every so often I read a book that I get so engrossed in, I forget that I'm just reading a book. Throughout the whole time I was reading this, I truly felt like I was an invisible person just watching this all happen. 

A big focus on this book is family and traditions. These are the things that revolve around these Sixty Days. I loved it so so much. It was so beautiful that it brought me to tears at certain points.

I loved Laylah and Mickey. It's like their love for each other just emanated and was contagious to everyone. Yes, they've had their ups and downs. But as you read this you truly believe love conquers all. 

As I was introduced to the other characters, I felt like I had adopted another family. They're all crazy and loving and you automatically feel a part of their craziness. 

The only thing that I wasn't a fan of was the fact that there was no translation whenever the characters spoke their native tongue. This review could be longer, but I think saying that I cried should be enough proof to say that I loved it. 




About the Author

“I was abducted by aliens, I’m sure of it. Otherwise there is no other way to explain all those voices that have suddenly come to my mind, begging me to tell their stories.”

Zoe Glez is an islander, as in she was born and raised in Puerto Rico. She currently attends the University of Puerto Rico, majoring in psychology. Student by day and writer by night. She started writing when she was in high school; writing for her has always been a therapy and she loves it, as much as she loves her family and her two furry daughters. She’s obsessed with books, vampires, superheroes and music. During her free time she enjoys reading a good book or grabbing her DSLR camera and capture the great beauty mother nature provides us.

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