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Product Details

  • File Size: 343 KB
  • Print Length: 90 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin Special Releases (April 1, 2012)
  • Publication Date: April 1, 2012
  • Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00794U104
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,206 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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When one picks up a book to read, whether its on a Kindle, audio or actually paper bound, you tend to wonder if you are going to like it. Well, I must say, I not only enjoyed it...but I also learned from it. I have friends that have (or have had) breast cancer...and I never really understood what they went through, I just know I never wanted to be like them. To be honest...I was wrong. NO I don't have breast cancer, but if I would happen to find a problem, I pray that I find people like Stephanie Steele met and they are so caring and understanding as she found at the retreat. I must say, I was skeptical at first...who wants to read a story about breast cancer...well...I am so glad I did....and you will be too.
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I read this book not realizing it was about a real charity. The book had quite a lot of emotionalism and descriptions of feelings that parallels what cancer surviving friends have described to me, and it made me instantly feel the realism of the storyline. The heroine is a breast cancer survivor who has intense shame (shame is not really the right word here, but best I can do) over her experience. She hides as much as she can from everyone, fearing their reactions. She also has severe body issues from the results of the treatments. The hero is not only a past love, but also one of the men involved in the charity. I myself have never thought of fishing as a way to self discovery and peace, so the entire theme of the charity surprised me. The descriptions and discussions of fishing, however; made me wonder if I should take out that old rod in my basement I inherited from my father and try it myself! The book has a hero, a heroine, and a group doing heroic healing. It has a happy ending and a wonderful message. I would recommend it for anyone who loves true emotion in their stories.
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I truly enjoyed this story. I know several people who have been diagnosed with cancer and this story hit home with me. When you are not 100% yourself it is hard to feel that anyone else could or would accept you as anything less. This story really relates that struggle with accepting yourself for who you are after and during cancer and the treatments. I would recommend this book to anyone.
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When reading a story, sometimes you want to make it go a different way. I found myself doing that with this book. While the story line was great, the dialogue was challenging to follow. I'm not sure why the main character took so long to reveal her situation with breast cancer. She seemed to be ashamed but Finn was so confused with her behavior. Even though it worked out at the end, I wanted the middle of the story to be different.
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So good!!! I loved this story at times I got angry with Stephanie bc of the choices towards Finn at times...but in the end I understood where she was coming from. When you have things that you are struggling with its hard to see the whole picture and accept what's right in front of you...rather it be true love...family...friends...you have to be ready and fill whole to be able to open up and accept it all. I can't wait to look up this CFR "casting for recovery retreat" ....it truly sounds amazing!

Great read...hope you enjoy!

Always a Romantic xoxo
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By Ann M on February 12, 2014
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I picked this book not expecting much, but found myself really pulled in. The story of breast cancer touches you in an interesting way. As a woman, you imagine going through that and dealing with it, survive, or just live day to day.

I did wish the story would hurry up and they'd be together, but healing doesn't get hurried up, overcoming things in life that changed you takes time especially when that change, changed you. With that said, this is a great book to read, an interesting story about healing, recovery, acceptance, loving oneself, and loving again.

I gave it 4-stars because I found myself getting lost a little....otherwise awesome story!
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What a great romance. It sheds light on breast cancer and what emotions one may go through. It also involves one of my favorite outdoor activities, fly-fishing. This book really touched my heart and I love that it informs others on breast cancer. Great book!
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This story felt real. Stephanie had been an abitious, nothing-gets-in-my-way business woman. She had put her plans for her company ahead of everything else in her life--until diagnosed with breast cancer. Another reviewer made a comment that she "only lost" half a breast. As a person who has lost several people to cancer and one good friend to breast cancer, I loved the truth shown here--that any removal of breast is trauma, any cancer where part of a body is removed changes the person on the inside and the recovery process isn't always pretty! I liked how Stephanie moved through her recovery with her family, her business and Finn. There was a time when her company came before everything, but realistically, things did change after cancer. She made time for other activities and people. I liked how the characters dealt with the changes--her looking at her body, him finally hearing about the cancer and how he acted. I loved how the author showed the process, the pain and the recovery with joy that is still possible! Stephanie regained hope and next to love, that is the most important thing needed to survive!
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