Praise for The Language of Divorce

"This nuanced and empathetic novel balances the difficult and the heartwarming." -- Kirkus Reviews

"A clever, incisive character study that explores romance and strife." -- Kirkus Reviews

"I was so delighted by this book!  Beautifully authentic characters, quick chapters, and a well-rounded story made this a winning debut for Leanne Treese."  

        --@phdivabooks

"Treese has extreme talent.  She chiseled  her characters beautifully.  She stitched together a real, yet humorous story line bringing her readers a raw and emotional journey of love, divorce, hope, and brokenness."  

       --@cover2covercafe

"I enjoyed this book.  It hit every emotion you could think of.  You would cry, get upset and laugh at different times.  If you like a book that hits, all you have it here." 

      --@gingersbookclub

"I would highly recommend this heartfelt, emotional and thought-provoking novel to other readers." 

      --@bookobsessionslinda

"This book does not read like a debut 

book.  It reads like a seasoned author's book." 

     --@themarybookreader

"This is an excellent drama, it reads like you are watching an episode of This is Us."

  -- @readinggirlreviews

"The themes of mistrust, betrayal, balance of power, miscommunication, family and love collide in this realistic study of couples in crisis.  At times this novel is funny, touching, sensitive and raw, bringing the reader on an emotional roller coaster."  

    -- Maria Imbalzano, author of The                    Sworn Sister series

"There's a luminous new voice in fiction, Leanne Treese."  

   -- Maureen Joyce Connolly, author of

       Little Lovely Things

"Told with humor and warmth, The Language of Divorce drew me in from page one -- I could not put this book down."

  -- Saralyn Bruck, author of Designer You

"It's root is ultimately a beautiful love story and it was quite an enjoyable read." 

  -- @bookapotamus

"Ms. Treese does a marvelous job of weaving together the lives of all her characters which are complicated and vulnerable but so undeniably relatable."

  --@littlebookpage

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