Love in Real Life

Love in Real Life


Non-Fiction - Relationships
252 Pages
Reviewed on 02/10/2015
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Author Biography

Leah Cole, PMP, is an author of books and blogs on conscious living. She delivers a fun, modern perspective on ancient wisdom based on her diverse experiences from traveling around the world, recovering health and happiness, and thriving in daily life. She is the mother of two and writes books for her children's future benefit and amusement.
Prior to her adventures in writing, Leah provided client liaison, product development and project management for customer loyalty companies with large clients in the financial services, lodging, and retail industries. After the birth of her children, she refocused on creative and marketing consulting for small businesses and volunteering on boards and committees for non-profit organizations. She is a certified PMP through the Product Management Institute.
Leah began writing publicly in 1999 for a travel website. As her journey continued, she wrote the books Happy Renovating, The Victor Way, and most recently Love in Real Life. In addition to writing books, Leah blogs as LeahColeLive and NotesOnLove.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite

Love in Real Life by Leah Cole is a book of love, of relationships. It isn’t a love story; it’s the real life stories of real people, people who have travelled the long journey of love and have their own tales to tell and their own pearls of wisdom to impart. It will tell you that love really is limitless, provided your potential is too. This is the start of an amazing journey, a journey that will lead to happiness, to love and to success. This journey will take you through the secrets of having real love in your everyday life. It will teach you how to find and exploit your capacity for love and it will teach you how to get out of bad habits and bad relationships. In order to be loved, you must first love yourself and learn not to be so lonely. This is book of love for lovers, a book that will show you that there is a life after unhappiness and desolation.

Love in Real Life by Leah Cole was an interesting book. I wouldn’t recommend it for anyone already in the perfect relationship for them, but if you are struggling then open the cover – I guarantee you won’t put it down until you’ve finished and you will come away having learnt a lot about yourself. This is not another of those self-help books that drone the same message over and over; this is different. This is real life stories, real life lessons that we can all learn something from. It is very well structured so you don’t need to read it in strict order if you don’t want to. It flows well and reads well. Great book, highly recommended.