- File Size: 19479 KB
- Print Length: 287 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Marci Boudreaux (October 16, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 16, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0124R9NIQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #939,030 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I read a lot so while I knew something bad had happened to self-made woman, Annie O’Connell in The Forgotten Path, I just could not remember exactly what or how. By the middle or so of the book, the romance between Annie and Marcus has progress quite well with some bumps along the way. Still I was waiting for the other shoe to drop, sort to speak. Boy, did it!
Convincingly written, well-plotted the story had me holding my breath one minute, then smiling while also shedding a tear at anther time. What can I say, I am hooked on this series. The books in the series were recently on sale so now I have given myself the gift of the ones I had not read. Can’t wait to read them. I can recommend any book in the Stonehill Series. While most would want to start with book one. Still I have come to love these characters even if I did not meet them in order in which their stories were written.
An ARC of the book was given to me by the publisher through Net Galley.
Annie is a strong and independent woman with a business she is consumed with and a family she has doted on for so long that it is obvious she has neglected herself. Marcus is one of her employees and completely and absolutely the sweetest man ever. His love and tenderness for both Annie and her daughter Mallory is heartwarming. When it finally becomes clear that these two have mutual feelings for one another their journey to happily ever after is short lived. Oh how sweet and sexy it was during that brief time.
A tragic event I was not expecting at all changes everything in a quick flash. Now with everything on a different playing level can the different path Annie and Marcus must travel be one they can take together or will tragedy strike twice and take away that foundation they were beginning.
Such a sweet and loving story with enough drama, sadness, and sass to make for a great read.
This review presents somewhat of a challenge because I don’t want to give any spoilers… So I will try to do this without giving away any of the plot🙂 There are so many different themes to this story, but the most significant to be is the importance of being thankful for our lives, regardless of what that life looks like. It’s so easy to get caught up into day to day life without stopping and reminding yourself how lucky you are…
The Forgotten Path also serves as a reminder that no matter what we thought our lives would look like, it’s never too late to make changes and create the life that we want. Annie and Marcus are almost 50 years old once they decide they can no longer deny their feelings for one another. Annie spent her life as a businesswoman and raising Mallory without the father present, but that doesn’t mean that it’s too late to find love, regardless of age.
After a horrible event that changes everything, there’s also the theme of it being o.k. to need people or for them to need you. This isn’t a sign of weakness, regardless if it’s completely different from how things have always been. We are all human and eventually need someone to do for us, instead of us doing for them. Which also leads me into the theme of trust, and I mean blind faith, trusting someone with your heart, even when you can’t imagine they won’t break it. Things happen in life that change us whether just our appearance, our personality, beliefs, or abilities. The Forgotten Path serves as a reminder of how deep true love runs, regardless of what surprises life brings. The outpouring of love and support among the families and friends in The Forgotten Path is something we should all aspire to achieve.
Anyone that enjoy’s romance and women’s fiction will love The Forgotten Path. There are heartbreaking moments but the overall feeling of happiness that the novel leaves you with is well worth the tears.
*Thanks to Juniper for a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.
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