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Nov 29, Elisabeth rated it it was ok. That some of the things that happen to us simply cannot be redone. The secret doesn't seem as scandalous as it has been made out to be throughout the story. Ms Cooper definitely is a storyteller who believes in the thfn of family relationships.I was so surprised to find people who enjoyed this book so thoroughly. Lake of Destiny. Loevd mother moaned as she stretched and rubbed her eyes. Readers who have enjoyed the emotional, and the consequences of choices and actio.
Toggle navigation Toggle user navigation eBook Stage current! When I look back, the entire story revolves around her. There are so many sentence fragments that at times a paragraph or sentence string simply do not make sense. The many threads of the plot were expertly woven together; the characters were consistently and sympathetically developed; and the philosophical questions raised were thought-provoking.
Can we plant my garden now? The mother moaned as she stretched and rubbed her eyes. Her mother smiled back, then stood and pulled open the curtains.
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Average Review. Friend Reviews. Read my other reviews to see how infrequently I post a negative review. Confusion surrounds love, let love summons connection.
I marked a number of passages that gave me cause to think! When he came back for his grandmothers funeral she found that she could no longer play the game. This is my second book by this author and tthen I just love her stories! However, we all must live with the consequences of the choices we make.
Be the first to like this. It has a good hook, but 3. Anx 20, Dan rated it really liked it. Toggle navigation Toggle user navigation eBook Stage current.
It was one of those books that I had to finish but didn't love and wouldn't recommend. A sweet book all tied up with tehn perfect ending. Nothing remarkable but engaging, and I found myself highlighting some relatable statements and messages from the little gems interspersed here and there? Once upon a time I was a family-man.