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Finding Liam: Prossers Bay Series by [Phipps, Cheryl]
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Length: 131 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this heartwarming tale of a childless couple - good people - getting the child they deserved. Prossers Bay is the small town equivalent of the way the world should be: full of kind, hard-working people ready to help out anyone who has fallen on hard times, especially a defenceless and exceptionally polite little boy whose mother had left him in what she hoped was a safe place while she tried to deal with the danger presented by a rotten, cowardly bully. This short book can be easily and enjoyably read at one sitting, as I did. I have to say it's rare to find a book where you don't have to grow through protracted pain and misery for chapter after chapter before arriving at a conclusion that reaffirms your belief that there may after all be hope for the world. There is so much dystopian fiction around, and I found I was more than ready for a soothing tale of people getting it right from the beginning, despite the difficulties encountered along the way.
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From the Author

This book is the first in a series set in Prossers bay with the second one due out in January. The name Prosser is actually my maiden name and one that I'm proud of, as I am of New Zealand where I live, and it seemed fitting to use it this way.

Although Prossers Bay is fictitious, you can find many small towns like this scattered around our beautiful coasts. Places where old and new share the beautiful scenery and majestic beaches.

Abby and Max's story is one that is a reality for many couples these days. Having children is something most of us have taken for granted, should we choose to do so, but it is never a foregone conclusion and Abby takes the news hard, as well she might after many miscarriages and then the loss of her supportive parents in a car crash. Max, whilst also supportive, feels powerless that his beautiful wife has suffered so much and he can't fix their marriage which has lost it's passion and vibrancy.

This isn't a new love or a young love, but a second chance at a love that was almost perfect.

Product Details

  • File Size: 3502 KB
  • Print Length: 131 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Cheryl Phipps (December 22, 2014)
  • Publication Date: December 22, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00RCQAHDU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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This is not a genre I normally read but I quite enjoyed the story. Many parts are heartfelt and tug at the tear ducts. The author tells what is a very simple story with finesse and aplomb. The 'character' of the characters is developed extremely well. Not so their physical description. I have no idea whether Grainger, the villain, was short, tall, thin, fat, dark haired, blonde, had a hawk nose, had rotten teeth etc. etc. Ditto the police woman who's total description from memory was that she was in her early twenties. I thought the absence of physical descriptions of central characters was a shortcoming and I deducted a star because of this.
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Great novel, excellent police story that goes in Prossers Bay in New Zealand. In the same time it is a love story and the love for kids.
The transitions from one character to another is brilliant. Starting with one character, describe it, make connects with another and make the transfer. You realize that after a chapter, love it.
It is a complex story which the author wrote it in very understandable way about the kid who lost his mother and a couple without kids.
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I liked this story a lot .It was kind of heartbreaking about the loss of their babies.But so glad they were able to stay in love. there are a lot of people who take their children for granted,eople who cant have children know the pain andloss people feel not having children. good read good story,good characters ggd book
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This story is what I can call a wholesome read, with an easy going style, and occasionally boring in places, but with some drive that wants the reader to see what the author is about. It was this driving force that helped me get to the end of the story.

What kind of man is Grainger who is so blatantly brutal, that he didn’t care who is watching, but cared only for what he wanted. He is so brazenly abusive that he believes he is supernatural, too strong, or is it too foolish, to think he could bully a child in broad daylight with grown-ups around…

The best part of the story was when Grainger came on the scene, and started to display his stupidity. The love between Abby and Max is rare, and almost read as unreal, but there they were, two who went through the worst of times and yet believed that love can conquer all. Not a bad read at all.
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A wonderfully touching story that was at times heart-wrenching about a couple who lost their closeness but found their way back to intimacy again. The need of one small boy brought them back together, causing them to re-evaluate their feelings. I really enjoyed this story about a love that was almost lost being found again before it was too late. I laughed and I cried, but overall I loved this story and can hardly wait to read the next story in this series.
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"Finding Liam," is a wonderful and touching story love re-found, the joy of a little boy, and a town that comes together in support and celebration.

From the beginning, the reader is drawn in by Abby and Max and a loss they have been working to get through and find their way back from. Throughout, there is the story of a lost child, a found child child, and his story of faith and love toward the two people he trusts the most despite the horror and tragedy he faces and how he works through it.

"Finding Liam," is a heartwarming novel. While many difficult life issues intertwine throughout, there are many survivors who find their way through love, understanding, support and togetherness.

A truly wonderful story from beginning to end. A great start to the Prossers Bay Series and a story anyone would enjoy.
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I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this heartwarming tale of a childless couple – good people – getting the child they deserved. Prossers Bay is the small town equivalent of the way the world should be: full of kind, hard-working people ready to help out anyone who has fallen on hard times, especially a defenceless and exceptionally polite little boy whose mother had left him in what she hoped was a safe place while she tried to deal with the danger presented by a rotten, cowardly bully. This short book can be easily and enjoyably read at one sitting, as I did. I have to say it’s rare to find a book where you don’t have to grow through protracted pain and misery for chapter after chapter before arriving at a conclusion that reaffirms your belief that there may after all be hope for the world. There is so much dystopian fiction around, and I found I was more than ready for a soothing tale of people getting it right from the beginning, despite the difficulties encountered along the way.

There are some typos in the version I read, which I will send to the author - they are the sort of unintentional slips that can easily be missed, and just as easily put right. I like where Cheryl Phipps is coming from, and I recommend this little book without reservation.
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A fantastic story about a couple finding love again when a small boy is found in their town. Being needed and having something to give in return is the premise, while the reward for all concerned is a connectivity as a family that had been desperately missing.
I have really been enjoying the books from this author, with each book I become more captivated.
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