- 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: #918,987 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Was given an ARC for an honest review!
I Loved this book! I thought I knew how it was going to end but this series gets better with every book in the series. They are all good books in this series but this is one of my favorites. There is quite an unexpected event that happens though and I mistakenly picked the book up to read a chapter or two before bed right before this event happened. Suffice it to say I did not put the book down after reading only one or two chapters that night. Though I'd recommend reading them in order so you can see how the characters develop. Great Job Marci!
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.
In this third installment of Stonehill Romance, Boudreaux keeps her focus on Annie and Marcus, alternating the story perspective through their eyes. The writing is good with a few minor grammatical errors. I did feel that most of the first half of the book was a bit slow and repetitive. Even though we, as readers, vaguely know Annie from the previous Stonehill Romance novel, I still felt that her struggle with opening to Marcus was fast in this book, and she got over her reluctance towards a potential relationship quick. I found myself tired of reading about the beginning of their relationship and wanted more to the story.
When the tragedy happened and living through the aftermath, I began to really started to enjoy the book. The author soared here in going through the pain and guilt the characters felt during this part. When Boudreaux describes the hardships that her characters went through, I felt some of their pain, as well.
In this series, my favorite character continues to be Jessica. Even though her role in this book is minor, I really enjoyed the scene that she was in. There's something about how the author describes her feelings and how she can reach out to people at such a young age that warms my heart. I'm happy to see that she takes a bigger role in the next book! I'm happy to see that she takes a bigger role in the next book!
I recommend this read to those who enjoy romance and don't mind a bit of slow start.
I received a free copy of this book from the JGBS Review Library in exchange for my honest review. My opinions are my own and no compensation was received.
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