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Well written words describing scenes in detail but weak plot that went back and forth between 2 main characters and ended suddenly...not recommended.Published 9 months ago by Cindy Kay
I am glad I read this and yet it was not the type of book that excites me. It was boring in places.Published 14 months ago by Judith McAllaster-Gunn
I became engrossed in Shelley's and Mai's lives. I really enjoyed the story.Published 17 months ago by E. Brown
Wonderful story linking past and present Vietnam and how the countries turbulent past has affected the lives of so many people.Published on May 22, 2014 by Kimberly Faulkneri have also walked thus path with my husband and although hard to revisit, I felt t
Though Shelley Marino has two stepsons whom she raised and loves, she longs to become pregnant and bear her own child. Read morePublished on April 21, 2014 by Ravenous Reader
This is a beautiful story, no drugs, no sex, no obscene language, no violence!
Just a heartwarming and informative good story!!!
I found the book engaging right up until the end, where it fell flat. The story just kind of dropped off the edge. But overall it was a good read.Published on January 1, 2014 by S. Olbrich
Wonderful story of the relationship between a husband and wife and the wife's desire for a child. I would highly recommend this book..Published on December 7, 2013 by Jenne Psait
I bought this book with some reservations about how well I would like it. Fortunately, I was kept guessing until the end and was pleasantly surprised. Read morePublished on July 5, 2013 by TheReader