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Micah had told Savannah she would come begging to him first, and that’s how he views the text message until he gets to the hospital. He didn’t think that after three years his heart would still have the same reaction to her. But it’s hard to forgive her refusal to believe in him or her abandonment.
I found the content of Micah and Savannah’s story to be excellent. However, the mechanics were lacking. Two words were put together as one 30 times, and one word had a space in it, making it look like two words, about 5 times or more. Adjectives were used where adverbs were needed, such as “clear” for “clearly” and “bad” for “badly.” Savannah’s wavering between loving Micah and despising him went on for much too long. In addition, the cover is all wrong, since Micah is described with long blond hair and a sprinkling of freckles. Although some of these errors were distracting or annoying, the content is much more important to me than the mechanics. Overall, I loved the story and liked knowing the main characters inner thoughts so thoroughly. I gave it 4.5 stars, which rounded up to a five.
Parker J. Cole wrote a true romance, in a very intimate way, an examination of the heart of Savannah Woods and Micah Reddington. She drew me into the story from the beginning by their need to be with one another during a time of crisis, while needing to come to grips with the emotional pain that pulled them apart years before.
The story is of unpredictable love, broken hearts and lives pulled apart because of doubting one another. Parker told the story eloquently through Savannah and Micah’s own thinking that made the reader, feel the pain, and anguish.
While readers are allowed a certain intimacy, as we are part of their inner thoughts as they think of the past, and what they think during the time that they try to reconnect. We are caught up in the whirlwind of the debris of bits and pieces of their turbulent past.
Even the weather during a snow storm touches upon their emotional upheavals. We feel the warmth that engulfs them with true love that comes from the heart, until other voices persuade Savannah stubbornly to hold on to her doubt from the past, that causes cold fear to make them slide away from one another again.
Parker weaves a story where each layer of the plot unfolds smoothly, and the characters are seen clearly in the mind’s eye as we are drawn deeper into the story with each new revelation.
I thoroughly enjoyed The Cure and wanted the broken hearts to heal. I give it 5 stars
When Savannah’s niece, Liliana gets severely burned in a fire, Savannah turns to Micah, the only person who can help her deal with this crisis. She calls him, and he comes running – only to realize that even though the bond is still there between them, Savannah has not forgiven him for what she thinks he did to her friend.
Parker Cole does a good job of developing the main characters so that they both come to terms with their flaws and eventually make amends. This love story, made even sweeter by chocolate cookies and candy, is beautifully written and held my interest from beginning to end. I recommend it to romance readers everywhere.