Indivisible

Indivisible

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by Jessica McQuinn
     
 

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Charlie and Gideon Coopers story begins where most romance stories end: at the happily ever after. Gideons protective nature makes Charlie feel safe and happy in her new life as the wife of a Navy SEAL until her happily comes crashing down around her. And though shes surrounded by loving family and friends, instead of pulling together in the wake of Charlies ordeal,

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Charlie and Gideon Coopers story begins where most romance stories end: at the happily ever after. Gideons protective nature makes Charlie feel safe and happy in her new life as the wife of a Navy SEAL until her happily comes crashing down around her. And though shes surrounded by loving family and friends, instead of pulling together in the wake of Charlies ordeal, their secrets and wrong perceptions threaten to break them all apart. The experience will test the bond they share and determine whether Charlie and Gideon are truly Indivisible. Jessica McQuinn skillfully pulls readers into the conflicting emotions of an entire family the traumatized wife, the far-away husband, the inadequate younger brother, the over-nurturing mother. McQuinn lets readers see their strengths and their vulnerabilities-everything that makes them human. And all the while, she deftly weaves in entertaining interactions so readers get to know and adore the characters lighter sides, even as the story ventures into dark territory. Indivisible is an unforgettable story of the power of love and the importance of trust.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781936305575
Publisher:
Omnific Publishing
Publication date:
01/25/2011
Sold by:
SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
338
File size:
476 KB

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Meet the Author

I am a stay-at-home mom to two beautiful children. As a SAHM, I found that I had lost myself a little in being a mom and a wife. Writing is where I found me again. My first novel, Passion Fish, was published earlier this year, and I couldn't be more proud. I will admit that Gage is my favorite because I so love a strong, smart, protective man!!

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Indivisible 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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IngaKS More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! I absolutely adored this book! I read it in one sitting and when I turned the last page, I still did not want to put this book away. Jessica McQuinn has created a fantastic book filled with romance, tragedy, sorrow, happiness, trust, family which is wonderfully combined into one story. I really enjoyed it, especially because she is dealing with very difficult topics and being able to show that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. It had the magical aura around it which made you think that even though life treats you unfairly, there is a way to come through all the difficulties. Regarding the plot: The plot starts with backlashes to the beginning of Charlie¿s and Gideon¿s relationship. They have been married for one year and while Charlie is preparing their one year¿s of wedding anniversary, the author takes us back to how Charlie and Gideon meet, how they get married and how the first year of marriage has been and also introduces us to their families. At the same time Gideon is on his way home to Charlie and trying to think of a way to tell Charlie, that he has to go to a mission. Mission, which can be lethal and will last for 6 months. After Gideon is telling Charlie the news, the relationship is getting more complicated and they have only three days to fix it. Charlie finds it difficult that she will be left home alone, not knowing what is going to happen to her husband. She is scared and afraid of telling it to Gideon. After Gideon leaves, Charlie needs to deal with the fact that her husband is a NAVY Seal and she cannot change that. She finds support at Gideon¿s family who treats her like their own daughter. Two weeks after Gideon has left, Charlie gets a visit from military representative ¿ at least that is what Charlie thinks. She is scared to death that the guy will bring her very bad news from Gideon. She can barely stand on her feet when the guy enters. But there is no bad news. The guy who is member of Gideon¿s team has other plans. He rapes Charlie brutally. After the rape he threatens to kill Gideon if Charlie tells. Now the story gets really complicated. Charlie is devastated, shamed and afraid. Charlie needs to deal with consequences what has been done to her. She cannot tell anything to Gideon. The pain and complexity of the story changes when Gideon¿s brother sees the rapist to leave Charlie¿s apartment with the smile on his face. Tyson, Gideon¿s brother is convinced that Charlie is cheating on Gideon. Tyson does not even consider other possibilities and makes sure that Gideon who is still on a mission will know about that. Charlie has no idea what Tyson has done and keeps trying putting her life together again. She finds out that she is pregnant. Luckily she finally confides to Paige ¿ Tyson¿s girlfriend and gets lot of support from her. When Gideon comes back, the situation in the family is horrible ¿ Charlie avoids her in-laws, Tyson has been treating Charlie very badly. There is a lot to make up and repair. Patching up all the scars is a painful process and so is finding the trust again. The author tells this story through the aspect of finding the trust, finding the will to heal, forgiving yourself and others. It¿s a story about family which almost breaks up because of the pain, missing trust. What I really loved about Indivisible is that both Charlie and Gideon are finding each other again and that their families do find the strength to support each other and continue
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