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Top Customer Reviews
This was a good debut novel from Rachel Caid.
I started this book feeling pretty disconnected to the characters, it took me a little time to get into it but when I did it completely drew me in.
I found Anna to be hard to like, she was pretty selfish and I just couldn't warm up to her. Her attitude irked me since she wasn't fully honest with Noah.
I really liked Noah, he was so solid, loveable and just damn hot! I loved Noah and Roman's relationship, the way Noah treated Roman like he was his own melted my heart completely!
For me Roman stole the show, he was such a cute little boy and you couldn't help instantly fall for him. He made me laugh and shed a few tears.
I really enjoyed the secondary characters, I can't wait to see where Rachel takes us next!
For me the only downfall in this book was it just sort of skimmed over the start of the relationship with Anna and Noah, other than that this book was a great read with a few frustrating parts mixed with a lot of heart warming emotions!
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This is an everyday girl’s fantasy! You won’t find a billionaire bad-boy hero, or a broken heroine in need of rescuing. No tortured pasts or shattered lives in need of repair. Nope the H/h, Noah and Anna, are strong, stable and independent people who actually have their s*** together. Their story provided me a much needed respite from the darker more tragic novels I have been reading lately. Not that I don’t love these types of books but it was nice to be reminded that reading a love story of two fairly stable people can be just as exciting and enjoyable to read!!
There is a bit of an interesting debate woven into this story. We all have a past and a history so in a relationship, just how much of that past are we obligated to share. Are our partners entitled to a full disclosure or just the pertinent events? And just how soon should they be revealed? Are there certain events that are OK to never share? Thought provoking stuff and I pretty sure there is no one right answer.
Oh and did you know there was such a thing as a “Good Guy Alpha”? Well there is and his name is Noah!!! I do believe I am in love!
Ms. Caid has written an entertaining, emotional and sexy story of two regular people struggling to make the right choices in everyday life. The characters feel real and relatable. I did find a couple places that overall flow seemed to hesitate but not enough throw me out of the story.
Overall a great debut! Ms. Caid, I will be stalking..err…I mean, watching you. Now get to work on the next book!!!
This was a fun feel good book for me. I really needed a book with a kid in it, they just bring out the fun in almost any character.
She can’t trust just anyone in her and Roman’s life so she chooses to not anyone at all. Only sister knows best… lol yeah my sister would have a hoot at that one. And she gets Anna out of the house where she meets Mr. Sex on legs I swear, Noah Evans.
“Do I go back, or do I take the leap forward?” -Anna
The meet in this book was cool Christine is smitten with Craig, who brought his wing man Noah along. It ends up being perfect for all involved.
Noah isn’t happy in his current love life either he isn’t really looking for anyone after his last break up but when he sees Anna all bets are off. And when he finds out about Roman he isn’t going to go running in the other direction.
“I’m not going to hurt Roman. Ii will not hurt either of you, and it’s time for you to accept that.” -Noah
I loved that even though Anna is smitten she doesn’t let her body over take her mind. She is still in charge and says no when needed. Being a momma first is her number 1 and I loved that.
This book is a sweet tail of how to heal after life throws hard balls at you. Can’t wait to dive in to book 2!
Again, at the same time I'm right with Anna, recognizing that she needs to protect young Roman from getting too invested too soon in this man who has suddenly turned up in their lives.
Told from alternate POVs, Healing tells the story of Anna, widow and single mother who is so very much more than happy remaining in both of those roles indefinitely, having her world rocked by the intrepid Noah who finds her reticence to begin a relationship completely unacceptable.
Insinuating himself into the lives and hearts of both Roman and his mother, Noah wins over not only them, but Anna's entire extended family, but when secrets are first kept, and then found out, can that breach of trust ever be healed?
Rachel writes with a soft, thoughtful, and engaging style, drawing the reader into the emotional struggles of her characters, particularly Anna who is committed to her son above all others, but carries her own secrets that she's never told anyone.
I love stories that involve young children and this is no exception, with moments that are funny and endearing, they can bring something special to a book, but what stands our about this one, is the sensitivity shown in Anna's quandary over how to best protect Roman, by holding back, or moving forward
This book was a delight to read and really touched my heart. I'm really looking forward to other books in the series that will hopefully explore the stories of Anna's siblings, Christine and Pete.
Anna, is such a strong woman. She runs her own pottery business, is raising her son on her own. She has a big heart and is working hard to keep everyone in her life happy. She has made a conscious decision to not have a man in her life, to save both her and her son from unneeded heart break. But when Noah comes into her life, he helps her to see how much better life can be if she opens her heart and trusts someone with it.
Noah is one of those amazing alpha males. He asserts his strength, without being a jerk. He knows what he wants and isn't afraid to go after it. After being burned by his last relationship he thinks that casual and fun is the way to go. But when you have a heart as big as Noah's and you meet the woman who makes you feel whole, casual is the farthest thing from your mind.
This story had me hooked right away. It melted my heart so many times. Me. Caid combined the perfect amount of heat and romance. There were times I wanted to yell at both Noah and Anna to just leave the past in the past and look at the future. I absolutely loved the journey to love these two needed to take.
I really enjoyed the supporting characters of Anna's sister Christine and Noah's friend Craig. Ms. Caid set their story up perfectly, and I can't wait to sink my teeth into the next book in this series. I want more of Christine's story! I can tell it's going to be a good one!