Once More with Feeling

Once More with Feeling

by Megan Crane

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Once More with Feeling by Megan Crane

Sarah Lowery thought she could get past her husband Tim's betrayal and get back to the life they'd planned out so carefully--but then a car accident puts Tim into a coma and reveals the kind of nine month secret that means life as Sarah knows it really is over.

If only she could figure out how she got into this position in the first place, Sarah is sure she could fix it. Somehow.

But when Sarah digs into her past, she finds she has to face all the ghosts she left behind--and the reason she left them there. One very tall, very sexy reason named Alec Frasier, who might hold the key to the kind of future Sarah used to dream about.

Yet when Tim wakes up and can't remember what he did, Sarah has the chance to slip back into her old life as if she never left it. Trouble is, she's no longer sure it fits...

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BN ID: 2940151548434
Publisher: The Tule Publishing Group, LLC
Publication date: 06/08/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 997,644
File size: 547 KB

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Once More With Feeling 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
BookAngelBlog More than 1 year ago
I don’t really understand why this title is what it is. It doesn’t make sense to me. I am really not sure if I liked this book. Hence the three star review. I liked the character a lot, but her inner monologue at times was just a little much and confusing. I was very confused sometimes as to why she did what she did or even why she didn’t do. The dialogue was good.  This story was more focused on how we get to where we do than a relationship. I found it a little confusing at times because the things that the reader finds out with Sarah about how she got there. She apparently just blocks out her 20’s and her friends for no reason to me. Also her non-hatred of people sometimes drove me crazy. She thought she hated people and then she didn’t or didn’t act upon it. This book goes deep into how much of a good wife are you supposed to be when your husband cheats on you and I didn’t always agree with the way Sarah handle it.  The pace was good. How she reconnected with her past was interesting and something that I think a lot of people wish that they could do.  I really liked Alec and I was upset that we didn’t get more information on why he has such commitment issues. There was a tease in there about it, but it never went anywhere and I was curious.  I wish there was more to the epilogue. I’m just confused to at what she actually ended up doing. What happened back home or with Alec? These were just things that I wanted to know and felt the reader was left hanging a bit. 3/5 stars Note: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. 
CatmomJD More than 1 year ago
A brilliant story filled with a lot of emotion. It will make you question what you would do if in this position. Sarah Lowery has been completely betrayed. Not only by her husband Tim, but by her sister Carolyn too, when she catches them having sex. Soon, after Tim has a car accident and is in a coma. More secrets of the affair come to surface. Faced with the uncertainty of her future, Sarah takes a good look at her life and what she gave up on for her career and marriage. She looks to her old friends for support. She discovers entire memories that she has hidden including Alec who she was once in love with. Will Alec accept her with open arms as her other friends have? I found myself crying for Sarah and what she was going through. Then, I found myself cheering her on as she was discovering herself again.
jeanniezelos More than 1 year ago
Once More with Feeling, Megan Crane. Review from jeannie zelos book reviews I really liked the sound of this but....sadly gave up on it about halfway through. I got bored with Sarah's long inner monologues...they seemed to go on for pages, “what if/maybe I should/what about?” I get she’s had a shock – an awful betrayal by people she should be able to trust but....from feeling sorry for her I just wanted Something to happen. we seemed to go on for ages getting no where. Then when something does happen, and further info comes out it’s more musings. Her parents – wow – I couldn’t believe them, and as for her sister...I wanted Sarah to lose her temper, show some spirit but she just seemed to let things play out slowly without her input. I just couldn’t like any of the characters and I guess thats where I lost interest, I just didn’t care what happened next. I can see loads of five star reviews – and that shows just how subjective reading taste is. This didn’t work at all for me – that doesn’t mean its a bad book, just that its not to my taste. Clearly it does suit lots of others. Stars: Two, sorry just not one for me and DNF. ARC supplied via Netgalley and publishers