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Always Remember Paperback – 13 Aug 2013
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About the Author
Sheila Seabrook, a two time Golden Heart finalist, writes contemporary romance and romantic women’s fiction from her home on the Canadian prairies. Her parents taught her that family is number one — even when you want to sometimes smother them with a pillow. Needless to say, when Sheila’s not writing, her life is filled with family, more family, and more family still. Fortunately these sometimes odd and strange people are the inspiration for her quirky secondary characters. To keep up-to-date with new releases and special offers, visit Sheila’s website at http://www.sheilaseabrook.com and subscribe to her Newsletter.
Top Customer Reviews
This is a story about secrets and relationships. The plot for the story started when both Nate and Jesse were younger. Now Jesse deeply regrets the fact that she never told Nate that he was the father of her child and that the child was given up for adoption. This has caused tension all her life between Jesse and her mother and meant that she hasn’t resolved her issues with Nate from the past.
There are some deep and complex issues here but this is a very light romantic book so they are dealt with in a very superficial way. You have to believe in the power of forgiveness and the fact that issues which have caused people to be divided for so many years can actually be patched up so quickly and love can be rekindled. I thought that the issues here, adoption especially, really needed a more in-depth analysis and a more complex book. In an effort to produce a heartwarming and entertaining story I do not think that the author has given credit to the wounds and divisions that would really have been caused by the actions that Jessie took in the past.
I wish that the author had not glossed over these issues in quite the way that she has in order to tie together all the loose ends and create a feelgood story. If this was never intended to be a complex novel then perhaps the author should have chosen less difficult subjects to concentrate on. I don’t think that she did any credit to the plot by the way that it was handled here.Read more ›