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Author:
Cheryl St.John
ISBN13:
978-0373293391
ISBN:
0373293399
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Publisher:
Harlequin Historical; Original edition (January 25, 2005)
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Subcategory:
Historical
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1284 kb
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1568 kb
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Rating:
4.9
Votes:
588

No mother should have to bury her childAmy Shelby had learned this.

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  • Amy is devastated by the accidental death of her young child and locks herself into a cold internal prison of self-loathing. Unable to cope with her emotions, she decides not to feel at all.

    Jesse is equally distraught by the death of his son, but wants to deal with his loss. Every attempt to approach Amy is met with ice, driving him over the edge to take comfort in alcohol.

    The story is not maudlin or sentimental. The death of the little son is at the root of the issues, but the focus is on the actual emotional turmoil in Amy and Jesse.

    Events and new people in their lives encourage and even force change, breaking down the walls and allowing a new beginning.

    The book is a slow melting of the ice in their lives, but the writing kept me turning the pages without ever skipping a line.

    This book does not quite reach the emotional intensity of His Secondhand Wife and The Tenderfoot Bride, but it has depth and is a rewarding story.

  • Story got me right from the start. Very emotional. Hits so close to home. Makes you think and feel. Exceptional story line. Unforgettable characters. Cheryl St John at her finest. She has a way of making me want more. Yes. Definitely a great read.

  • This is a different point of view from the typical romance novel as the main couple are already married. This is a study of a marriage in crisis as a result of the death of a child, and the difficulty of the husband and wife in finding a way to grieve and comfort each other. It was a sad story and the characters were realistic for their times, they did not have quickie divorces or a self-help section at the local bookstore to refer to for help with their relationship issues.

    The story was written in such a way that you start to consider alternative resolutions for the ending. As I read the story I came to the realization that the only way out for the couple was for one of them to die, (probably the wife), and a new love interest come in for the HEA. Very early on in the book the sympathy for the wife wore thin and I wanted the husband to find some happiness.

    It was interesting to see how the author wrote from both protagonists point of view and you felt the emotional toll of their ordeal. The second half of the book seemed to lose focus on the relationship and a situation took place that seemed to only be there to create conflict for the characters. The villains were bad and just seemed to show up out of nowhere. The logic of the villains was not fully explained and if they had not been included the story would have ended a couple of chapters earlier. I liked the story better when it was just focused on the couple and how they were trying to work through their problems. I gave it a 4 because of the epilogue.

  • Enjoyed

  • Well written and tender, I loved this book and the characters in the story. I will be reading it again. I'm sure.

  • I really enjoyed this book - probably more than any other Cheryl St. John book. It was a very well developed story.

  • I really enjoyed this novel...Cheryl St. John is certainly one of my favorite authors. I really enjoyed the fact that they adopted the orphan boy. And the fact thay owned and operated the "station" made it more. Interesting. Annie Reed

  • This book started out slowly, but picked up at the end. I understand the need to build background but it was slow for me.

    Cheryl St. John is still one of the best author for this genre.
    Nellie