Max and Rosie [NOOK Book]

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For thirty-seven years, Max has been a devoted, loving husband. When Rosie is dying of Alzheimer's, he has been her primary care giver until he agrees to his daughter Leah's insistence that they hire a live-in nurse. Robin is not only a competent nurse, she is also beautiful and sexy and Max finds himself increasingly desiring her and feeling guilty. He doesn't want to betray his marriage vows.

Robin also finds herself falling in love with ...
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Max and Rosie

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Overview

For thirty-seven years, Max has been a devoted, loving husband. When Rosie is dying of Alzheimer's, he has been her primary care giver until he agrees to his daughter Leah's insistence that they hire a live-in nurse. Robin is not only a competent nurse, she is also beautiful and sexy and Max finds himself increasingly desiring her and feeling guilty. He doesn't want to betray his marriage vows.

Robin also finds herself falling in love with Max, but she is also resisting letting anything happen. Even though, Rosie no longer recognizes Max, he remains devoted to her, but also dreads the thought of Robin leaving once his wife dies. When she dies, Robin's job as a nurse is over. She is also dreading leaving.

Max is watching her reluctantly packing, but doesn't know how to prevent the inevitable until something amazing happens that changes both of their lives.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149213337
  • Publisher: Secret Cravings Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/26/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 176 KB

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  • Posted June 29, 2014

    Max and Rosie is the third story I have had the pleasure of read

    Max and Rosie is the third story I have had the pleasure of reading by J.E. Wiseman. Max and Rosie's story really reached out and touched my heart deeply.




    Rosie has Alzheimer's and each day she is forgetting more and more. Mr. Wiseman has written a very emotional story of how Max's love for Rosie stays strong even though each day he loses Rosie a little more. As the story goes on Rosie knows less and less but Max remembers their love and tries to do small special things for Rosie that she has always loved. I really enjoyed this aspect of the story. I loved that Max tried so hard to do small things to really please Rosie. I don't want to give away too much of the story but there are several things that he does that brings a smile to her face even when she isn't sure who Max is.




    Max finally has to have assistance to take care of his love. His daughter finds him help in the form of a nurse that has the ability to live in and take care of Rosie. Robin and Max become friends while they work together to make sure that Rosie is comfortable. Their relationship grows stronger and stronger as time goes by. At the end Max does not want Robin to leave. He has fallen in love with this beautiful woman that has done so much for his wife. I liked how Max and Robin's relationship grows with time but that Max also stays faithful to his wife to the end. This really give Max and Robin a chance to grow into a deep friendship before they form a deeper stronger love for each other.  




    Robin and Max's daughter, Leah's have also formed a close friendship. Leah is very supportive of Robin and her relationship with Max. 




    I really liked this story. I found it to be a heartfelt story of true love and strong relationships. I don't want to give too much away. I will tell you that I enjoyed the end of the story. I think that Mr. Wiseman has done a great job of showing the strength of love in a few different situations. 




    I will be looking forward to the next release by Mr. Wiseman. I wonder what fascinating storyline he will come up with next. 




    I was given the opportunity to read this book so that I may share my thoughts with you. As always it has been my great pleasure to share my thoughts with you on Max and Rosie. 

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