In the Moment

In the Moment

by Jennifer Wilck

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BN ID: 2940158847929
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 09/01/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 290
File size: 609 KB

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In the Moment 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
HumorMyWay More than 1 year ago
This is a very good story about a photojournalist who lost his best friend in Afghanistan, War touches us in many ways as the author shows here you don’t have to be a solider to be a big loser when it comes to war. It is very heartbreaking to lose one of our own who servers and protects but we forget there are others who serve as well to bring us the amazing pictures and stories so we can better understand the true issues. I thought the author did a great job showing how it affect a normal person, the lose is great the feelings run deep when you feel you are to blame for the lost of so many. She intertwines this into a touching read of Rayne turning against his profession to move around never staying in one place for too long as he works to his goal of keeping a promise to the man he feels he killed. Cassie has great memories of a home where she was happy, she decides to buy it and fix it up. She hires Rayne to help her. She is a nice lady very independent just has a little chip on her shoulder being in foster care can do that to someone. I thought both characters are likable as they work to putting their lives back on track. I really liked the small town, I was raised in one and there is nothing like it. Victorian home and the way the author writes about it, is just lovely. I like the mystery she added to the story. However I thought some things were left out and at other times to much information was given or was just not needed. The romance was delightful, the buildup of the relationship was very pleasant as well as the scenes. All in all this was a fun read that I did enjoy and look forward to reading more from this author.
JessicaPhillips_Bauman More than 1 year ago
This was my first book by this author and it was a nice read. If you like books that are fovued on one couple and have a lot of details this is for you. While I enjoyed this story I only gave it 4 stars because I found it a bit drawn out for my tastr. Some things like really liked about this story was I like small town books and this book did a good job showcasing the relationship between people in a small town. The main characters Cassie and Rayne we refreshing to read about. Cassie was and independent woman restoring an old Victorian house that she grew up in. Rayne who was the photographer that had some issues from his past work he did over in Afghanistan. You'll have to read the book to see if they can overcome the past.
mysticbaby1991 More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed getting to read this story. Rayne was a photojournalist who has seen war and watched his friends die trying to protect him. He carries the weight of their death everyday, never settling in one place for too long and slowly making his way to fulfill a promise he made to his now dead friend. Cassie has bought the only house she's ever experienced love in, and is now fixing it up for her future family. She's one of those character's that has a chip on her shoulder because of her past. Overall, I enjoyed the premise of this story. However, there were a few things I don't understand what the purpose of having them in the story was for and a few inconsistencies or gaps. I see the need or purpose of adding a biological son for Cassie's foster mom. It kind of just seemed to be a thrown in character to add superficial mystery to the story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago