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  • Posted March 9, 2014

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    Reviewed by Angie
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    Review originally posted at Romancing the Book

    This review is so hard to write as I want to be fair in my review, yet not take away from the book at all.

    First, though I wanted to love this book, instead all I can say is that I like it. Ever the fan of HEAs {Happily Ever After} or even something remotely close to that, there was closure, but no real semblance of happiness.

    Don’t get me wrong; the writing is impeccable, the characters are well thought out and the plot is complicated, but keeps you interested. Though, to be honest, I found the plot to be tedious at times because I couldn’t quite figure out what was going on; it took until almost the end of the book before I realized what everything was all about and why these people acted the way I did.

    Faith is a lovely woman who is losing her mind. At first I wondered if her dead husband was taking her over, but that wasn’t the case at all…she just couldn’t remember things.

    John Jasper and Bobbie were my favorite characters. Bobbie isn’t afraid to go after what she wants and John Jasper, though haunted by a past he can not let go off nor change, is sweet and caring under his gruff exterior.

    The only character I really disliked was Faith’s daughter Claudia Jean. That woman runs away from EVERYTHING and seems to be scared of her own shadow. She does redeem herself towards the end and wasn’t quite as annoying, but I still didn’t really care for her.

    I would actually love for their to be a sequel. There are snippets of information and provenances that I savored and wanted to know more about. Faith’s family sounds interesting and the love that her grandfather had for his wife and her own father’s love for her mother was just beautiful.

    Overall, I give this book a 3.5 as I did like it…I just didn’t love it.

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