- File Size: 456 KB
- Print Length: 178 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: White Rose Publishing; First White Rose Edition edition (April 27, 2007)
- Publication Date: April 27, 2007
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B002SB9ZK0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,149,779 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Inheritance Kindle Edition
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Raymond Jacobey who delivers Rebecca's mail is secretly in love with her. He dreamed of sharing a cozy house with the soul mate he'd finally found.
Then Raymond delivered the envelope from New York.
Could Rebecca and Raymond find a life together or would she leave to claim her inheritance in the New York Wine Country?
The Inheritance by Ms. Thibodeaux is a well-written inspirational romance creating genuine people in interesting situations. A great summer read.
Ray Jacobey loves working for the U.S. Postal Service, transferring every few years to different small towns, soaking up the family-like atmosphere because he's never really had a family. Becca is a special customer, and he enjoys the talks with her at the end of his route, eventually evolving into a close friendship, with tea and cookies every afternoon.
But surrounding both their lonely lives are secrets within their families, secrets that threaten to tear the tentative loving relationship apart. With God's helping hand, Rebecca and Ray learn that sometimes, love comes with consequences...and always, love conquers all.
***** Some people may be shocked to read an inspirational romance that is so honest. However, the best response is to cheer its frankness, not just in areas of sexuality, but in the grief process and in how Christians can feel anger and hold grudges. Ms. Thibodeaux writes with a refreshing reality that can truly speak to the heart in a way most inspirational books fail to. Remember, the Bible is very open and honest about all the matters of life, so I wish more writers would follow her example and be equally blunt. There is no crassness here, just the truth. *****
Though Rebecca has fallen madly in love with the mild-mannered wanderer, Raymond, her own repercussions from past abandonmnent, guilt, and grief from losing her husband, keep her frozen to her comfort zone.
Until Raymond experiences a personal tragedy, Rebecca does not realize her true strength. She takes charge and moves mountains to help the man she loves work through his grief.
Raymond has lived a wanderer's life, moving from place to place on a whim. Until he meets Rebecca. He sees in her the soul mate for whom he has searched his entire life. But her reluctance to let go of the past requires a lot of patience on his part. And Raymond has issues of his own.
Lonely and ignored as a child, by power-driven parents, he has never experienced the feeling of being loved. The nurturing kind Rebecca offers Raymond soothes and fills a vacancy in his heart. But Raymond's anger at his parents' emotional abandonment threatens to destroy his and Rebecca's relationship.
Ms. Thibodeaux portrays the strength of a couple united in love with the promise that two hearts bound together can conquer the world...in this riveting story of love and emotional healing.
All of us have to face loss and changes. Pamela's book offers a story that causes the reader to pause and think about how the reader will face these challenges in the future.
Having met Pamela, she lost her own husband and had to face these changes in her life herself. I understand from reading another review, she wrote this book before she lost her young husband to a tragic illness. Perhaps, in writing this book, she was unknowingly preparing herself for her own trials that came in the future.