- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 550 KB
- Print Length: 230 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Silver Sky Publishing, Inc. (18 Oct. 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00OO7AXT8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 16 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #195,738 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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You know when you start reading a book and think it’s going to be one thing and then it turns out to be something completely different? That’s what this book was for me, it was so much more and it truly surprised me in such a wonderful way. I’ve not read Brenda before but based on how she captured my attention in Unspoken I might just have to go find some more of her work.
To say this was a tug at your heart strings kind of book is an absolute understatement, it’s emotional and has some very teary moments in it. Not quite the ugly cry kind of thing but definitely lump in the throat, wet eyes type. And that is all down to the subject matter. For me, this is what I do and to read it kind of brings it home to me. So I immediately had that emotional connection when things kicked off between Palmer and Brady. Some loves are not meant to be apart and this is the case for this pair. Life got in the way and lines were skewed and Palmer and Brady go their separate ways. Brady full of hurt and anger, Palmer with a deep sense of loss and drowning. Now I wasn’t a fan of Brady, I think he took a tantrum and acted like a childish a$$ and then subsequently when they met a year later he acts the same way again, tit for tat. Wants to hurt her the way she hurt him. That never works well does it?
I think for me this was more about the secondary plot and what was going on with Palmer and her family rather than the relationship between Palmer and Brady. That’s why I liked it so much. So when I say it was more for me than I’d originally anticipated it was probably in that sense. What I also loved was the telling of the caregiver in Palmer. It brings home how much is involved in doing this for loved ones and how important that support is. I would recommend this but I would advise a tissue or two as there are some uncomfortable moments in here regarding illness and death.
Brady and Palmer are the seemingly the perfect couple, but when fall upon hard times due to circumstances in their lives beyond their control, they lash out at each other pushing the other away. A year later when a common project pushes them together once again, only then do they realize how much time was wasted and how much heartache and sadness could have been avoided if they had only learnt to reach out and lean on each other, if they had only held back their pride and depended on their love to pull them through.
Stories about second chances are among my favorites and this one is definitely a must read. Dark and brooding, but hopeful this book teaches us the many forms of love that exist in our lives, that life is not all happiness and fairytales but that the reality of it is brutal and shattering and how important it is to have that one person in your life who will be the glue that holds it all together.
Free copy provided for a honest exchange.
Also I lil note to Brenda - the notes section and just wanted give you a lil internet cuddle and let you know I'm sorry to hear this happened to your dad too. After just reading the whole book in ine sitting and then reading that -'it bought a lump to my throat best wishes xxxxx
What can I say, In love this book. IT IS A MUST READ!! Its emotional, passionate and sensitive. The storyline is close to my heart, as with other reviews, it did make me cry, sometimes in frustration with Brady, male lead character but other times in how well the story was written and the storyline. Palmer, the female lead character, is one strong woman.
Enjoyed it from cover to cover, will read again. You must read this book, you won't be disappointed.
And when you have read this book, read other books by this author, the Now and Then series and the Fire and Ice series are a good place to start.
Well done Brenda, loved this book.
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