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I'll Stand By You (Blessings, Georgia) Mass Market Paperback – June 2, 2015
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"This is an amazing story by a true storyteller." - RT Book Reviews
"I will have to reread I'LL STAND BY YOU and relive the things I loved so much!" - Fresh Fiction
"I loved this book and could not put it down until I finished it. This is a character-driven book, with great backstories and a setting that is perfect for the smooth-flowing plot. " - USA Today, Happy Ever After
About the Author
Sharon Sala, who has also written under the name Dinah McCall, has 85-plus books in print, published in four different genres-Romance, Young Adult, Western, and Women's Fiction, and her Young Adult books have been optioned for film. She has been named a RITA finalist seven times by Romance Writers of America, and in 2011 they named her the recipient of the Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award. Her books are New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly bestsellers and published in many different languages. She lives in Oklahoma, the state where she was born.
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Dori Grant is raising her son Luther Joe with the help of her grandfather, the life of an unwed mother is never easy but Dori knew that her grandfather was a blessing to her and he never judged her. He loved Luther Joe as much as she did. Dori had a job and a plan and with her grandfather's help she was almost there.
Johnny Pine was one of the town's bad boys, at least by reputation he'd been raising his brother's alone since be was eighteen and was determined that they would not end up like their father, in prison, or like their mother, dead. He worked and took care of them although he felt the need of a mother's touch for them.
Johnny and Dori had nothing in common, they lived in different parts of town and there was no reason for them to know each other at all. Until Dori needed help and Johnny was the only person who offered to help her.
This is a heartwarming story, you just feel good reading it and it does not disappoint. I loved it!
The assaults on "Beep" and Dori are very real but not graphic. However, you do feel for both. I wish the author had included links to organizations that can help.
Good Christian woman reflects on her vicious gossip:
She didn’t know where gossip fell in the sin category, but then she remembered that verse in the Ten Commandments about not bearing false witness against her neighbors and started bawling.
"I’m f'd,” she wailed and got off the floor and headed for the kitchen.
I will re-read this story and look forward to other works by this author.
Sharon doesn't disappoint.. I've already read this story 3times Guaranteed keeper...
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