Review: The Flood Between Us by Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue

Love can be found in the most unexpected places even in the middle of a tragedy.


When a flood hits Grant’s Landing, Jack is one of the first to respond by bringing her construction company to the town to rebuild houses. The town is suffering from lack of supplies, lack of business, and lack of housing, so members of the town are required to call in further assistance. Jill, a member of Hope’s Integrity, decides to drive supplies to the small town, meeting Jack who both challenges and excites her. The two women grow into each other’s worlds despite the great differences that they have, but when conflicts from their pasts come to light, will they be able to stick together, or will the floods of differences that they have sweep them apart?5

The Flood Between Us is more than just a love story. Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue takes on the job of describing what happens after tragedy strikes a town and people beyond the community step forward to help. 

I am reviewing this book at an odd time in the world where we are going through our own crisis. Higginbotham-Hogue echoes the feelings of what is going on in real life in her pages. For me though, people are a lot nicer in her pages and a lot more helpful (laugh).

I love both main characters and the strength it takes for the choices they make to live their lives. The choices they make to love each other. Then the choices made for the future. Higginbotham-Hogue provides the exact balm that I need to read right now.

Love conquering pain, disaster, loss, and survival. Together.

I received an ARC of this book and I am writing a review without prejudice and voluntarily.

Rating: 5 out of 5.




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Further Details:
Publisher: Higginbotham Publications, 978-1099760891, 2019
Pages: 112
Narrator: Delina Christie
Settings: Grants Landing
Sex: PG-13

5Bio and/or Synopsis are from Amazon.
Photo credit: Book cover is from Goodreads.

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