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She is a writer and wants him in her future. Each time she tried to discuss their being together his comment was, "It'll Be Fine". She feared her plans with him would not work. She experienced a horrible heart ache. There is not cure for a heart ache, only time. Knowing this she decides to go back home to Colorado to be with her family to collect her thoughts hoping that she could shake that man out of her head.
She took walks and turned to her faith. Her message is that to live happily and to live a fulfilling life, one must have faith. Her story is a lovely!!. I plan to give the book as a gift and to read and reread it.
Thank you for inviting me to review your book. Reading your story is one of the best love stories I have read in a long time. It was my pleasure. Rebecca, to improve your writing review pronoun usage. To some readers not using correct pronouns can be a real turn off. Also, your texts as told in their true form gives the book a jerky flow. The book flows well until the texts.. Perhaps paraphrasing would help. The flow of a book is so important. It flows beautifully until the "he said, she said". Then the flow becomes a bit jerky.
I reread your book. There is no way I could not give you five stars.
I highly recommend this love story. There is not a better love story than two young ones, especially a Navy Seal and his love. Rebecca keeps the reader in suspense. I found that I began to wonder "oh no now what"! I could not put it down. Rebecca's sense of humor provides for bits of laughter. . Curl up in a chair for a very good read.
texts read as" he said she said". Paraphrase them. The" he said she said" gives the book a jerky flow. Most of the book flows well until the texts. The story is suspenseful and can be an anxious read. I could not put it down. There is a bit of '"oh no what next" which gives the story suspense. While reading the story I so wanted her to have her true love. It is filled with fun times and .
there is plenty of laughter. I Look forward to her next book. She is tenacious and finally gets her love. I cannot say how much I enjoyed the read and highly encourage others to read the story.
The pronoun errors and the little bit of jerkiness off sets the beautiful love story. Enjoy!!
Thank you for inviting me to review your book.
You must write a sequel. You have left us in suspense.
Rebecca, we have something in common. You are an honors English student. I am an English teacher who taught honor students concentrating on writing and grammar. I lived in Colorado. I played golf and skied.
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When I finished the book it felt like a dear friend moved away.Read more