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- File Size : 2706 KB
- Publisher : Hot Tree Publishing (August 8, 2020)
- ASIN : B084MB7T41
- Print Length : 224 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publication Date : August 8, 2020
- Language: : English
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,752,770 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This is the first book I've read by Jas T. Ward. As a blogger, many releases pass my desk and I try to read the blurbs on all of them before I post the release to my followers. I do this because I don't want to miss out on a great story. After reading the blurb for Loves's Bitter Harvest, I purchased it immediately. Even before I hit publish on my blog.
This is one of the best written books I read this year. I won't soon be forgetting these characters or the obstacles they faced getting back together. This author has a way of tugging at your heart, giving you the experience of being there rather than just reading about it. I want to warn you that there are many heartbreaking moments; I constantly prayed for a miracle. Matt had so much more to deal with than the aftermath of his accident. He also needed healing in his heart. He needed someone to help him see his flaws. By the end of the book, Matt's growth as a character made me so proud. He also made me sad for the things he felt he needed to give up. Katy and Matt's journey has quite a few obstacles in the way. There are misunderstandings and pride that seem to always be a factor. I am not going to give away the end of the book. The last chapters were so satisfying and despite me wishing more for Matt and Katy, I was happy for them. They were truly happy and, in the end, that is all that matters.
I can't wait to read another book by this author. Her writing talent truly appealed to me as a reader and I'm looking forward to more.
This is my honest and unbiased review and I that you for taking the time to read it. :)
Matt & Katy are the products of their childhoods. Matt's outwardly looked like the perfect family to Katy. Raised by an alcoholic mother who eventually abandoned her, Katy saw home and family in Matt. However, Matt's father bound to the land that had been in the family for generations had raised Matt to take care of everyone, especially the farm. The singular devotion to the farm blinded Matt to the needs of Katy. Katy was not without fault in this drama, but as stated, choices and repercussions are hard.
Unforeseen catastrophe brings Katy back, and with some humility and a whole lot of honesty, chasms fill because love is higher in this case. I can say this for Jas T Ward; she deals with real emotions and real consequences from bad things, whether through circumstance or bad choices. Such a good book of healing, forgiveness, and humility.
Katy and Matt fell madly in love at first sight, they married really young but their love didn't survive to Katy's dream to go to work far from the little village they were born and lived. Unfortunately Matt had to take care of the family's farm and couldn't follow his wife to New York, even if letting her go broke his heart.
Now, years later, Katy is back at the farm, called by Matt's sister, to help her husband after a bad car accident who put him in a bed. The reception isn't the best, because they both suffered pretty hard, but Katy is not the same shy,sweet girl who left and Matt will find pretty soon that she isn't a quitter either.
I adore broken heroes who need a stern lecture in order to get back on track. I wanted Matt to get well and for both the characters to find some closure and joy.
This was the first novel I've read written by this author and her words, her characters and the world she depicted sucked me in since the beginning.
I highly recommend to read this novel.