Pocketful of Sand Kindle Edition
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This story kept my attention. I read it in one sitting. I really felt compassion
for the hero, heroine & her child. This is not a lightweight book but did not expect it to be.
It has quite a few possible triggers for readers.
I am going to try to limit spoilers. They are marked as spoilers and only tell what the issues
are in this book in case it is a trigger of someone who does not want to read the book without knowing
or wants to skip reading the book because it would be too upsetting.
The heroine was likable and giving her circumstances I thought she was coping well.
I loved how intense and passionate the hero's feelings are for the heroine. Despite his issues and not wanting to,
he falls hard for her, which I loved. He is protective and possessive towards her and I feel like he would
do anything for her.
Some may find the hero not redeemable but I did. Everyone makes mistakes, just some
are worse than others. It is apparent that he is still punishing himself and he feels true remorse. I did not
care for how he treated women other than heroine and maybe I am naive but I believe he will
not every treat her that way.
We are told that there are two endings. I liked the HNF but preferred
that it be more of a HEA with an epilogue more in the future, like 10 or more years.
There were serious issues both of them had to work out and a few things were left unresolved.
An epilogue of that length would confirm that they made it as a couple.
I would have been irritated if only the non HFN ending was in the book. For one, it has a cliffhanger.
Also I hate they storyline that it contained. Again, trying not to spoil so forgive the vagueness.
Spoilers for possible triggers are below.
SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS: Death of a child. Molestation & rape, PTSD,
infidelity & drunk driving.
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This book was a quick read couldn’t put it down until I was done.