Standing On The Edge Of Goodbye [NOOK Book]

Overview

Matt Stevens might be a genius when it comes to creating the best security software programs around but his personal life is a wreck. When Kate Alexander arrives on his doorstep, Matt is ready to dismiss her until she faints in his arms and he learns that she is pregnant and struggling to keep from losing her baby. Is Kate’s arrival just a coincidence? If so then why does he feel alive again for the first time in years? Or could her very presence there be proof that there is such a thing as second chances after ...
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Standing On The Edge Of Goodbye

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Overview

Matt Stevens might be a genius when it comes to creating the best security software programs around but his personal life is a wreck. When Kate Alexander arrives on his doorstep, Matt is ready to dismiss her until she faints in his arms and he learns that she is pregnant and struggling to keep from losing her baby. Is Kate’s arrival just a coincidence? If so then why does he feel alive again for the first time in years? Or could her very presence there be proof that there is such a thing as second chances after all? If so then what does that do to all of his doubts?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015693577
  • Publisher: mary eason
  • Publication date: 9/18/2012
  • Series: Treasures Of The Rockies , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 328 KB

Meet the Author

Mary Eason grew up in a small Texas town famous for, well not much of anything really. Being the baby of the family and quite a bit younger than her brothers and sister, Mary had plenty of time to entertain herself. Making up stories seem to come natural to her.

As a pre-teen, Mary discovered romance novels and knew instinctively that was what she wanted to do with her over-active imagination.

She wrote her first novel as a teen, (it’s tucked away somewhere never to see the light of day), but never really pursued her writing career seriously until a few years later, when she wrote her first romantic comedy and was hooked.

Today, Mary still lives in Texas, and still writes about romance. In fact, she can’t think of anything else she’d rather do.

Learn more about Mary Eason at www.maryeason.com. Don't forget to check out her Blog, Facebook, and Twitter pages as well! Also feel free to send her an email to .
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  • Posted February 11, 2011

    Fantastic Read

    Imagine you're in a jam. You don't see many ways out and your one link to family is gone. Do you reach out to the folks you knew as a child or shut yourself off from the world.

    That's the question in Standing on the Edge of Goodbye.

    I have to admit as I read this story, I had the song of the same title running through my head. It actually made a pretty neat little soundtrack to the tale. Not sure if the author intended that, but it worked. Ms. Eason writes in such a fluid manner, it was easy to let the story take me away for a while. I felt like I was right there with Kate and Matt, trying to figure out what God wanted from them.

    If I had any complaints, it was something that actually made the story work for me. Matt's character has been through a terrible time. He's very shuttered. That protectiveness about him made me want to conk him on the head more than once, but it also showed he was human. Who hasn't been in a situation where we aren't sure what we want? I've been there lots of times. So as much as he infuriated me, I understood where he was coming from.

    Kate was a little harder to understand. She's been through her own mini maelstrom, so I could identify with her tendency to not trust. She's got hopes, dreams and a little one to prepare for. How exciting! I liked that she took life by the horns, but I almost wished she'd have done that with Matt. Still, I loved the twists and turns their story took and yes, I was glued to my seat wanting to know what would happen next.

    If you want a book that proves there really are angels among us, then you need to read Standing on the Edge of Goodbye. I laughed, I cried, and I wanted more.

    Originally posted at The Long and Short of It Romance Reviews

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