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Top Customer Reviews
The characters are real and believable. Once I began to care about the characters (which you will shortly after starting the book), I was staying up late to find out what happened. How many of us would like to return to our high school days, start our adult lives over, and not get bogged down and detour from who we were back then?
The detailed descriptions of locales the characters visited allowed the reader to get inside the story and go along with Michael and Allison. I found myself walking along on their journeys of introspection. "The Reunion" is one that anyone can relate to. We've all gotten complacent in our relationships at some point in time, and the story illustrates how easy it is to let mundane daily tasks can get in the way of keeping the spark in a relationship.
The book answers the questions: Can a momentary indiscretion really ruin a marriage? Does it really take work every day to keep a marriage fresh and alive, or can the strings unravel with an unplanned rendezvous and a feeling of "I deserve this?" Will Michael and Allison reconcile and live happily ever after?
If you're looking for a book that will leave you caring about realistic characters who are struggling, like all of us, to shield their relationships from dangerous distractions, this is it!
I laughed and cried with Allie & Michael throughout their journey. Their interaction with each other and their daughter rang true to life. I felt like I knew these people (and sometimes like I WAS these people) and was absolutely invested in their happiness. I cringed at their mistakes and cheered at their triumphs. I could apply the lessons learned to my marriage. AN ALL-AROUND GREAT READ!
Adultry is wrong no matter which way you look at it, and it hurts a lot of people. With that being said the author gave a great detail on what was going on with each others lives as well as their daughter who was caught in the middle. The story could have gone either way and it is a very interesting read.
I usually don't do reviews but this story touched something deep inside me and had me in tears by the end of the book.
Thank you David for sharing this story with us, you've gained another fan and I will look for more books that you've written.