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Anyhow, this book was very emotional for me because of what both main characters, Jon and Morgan, experience in their lives. Character development is probably the author's strongest writing skill, although he's excellent just about every other literary technique he uses. I love the way he describes each setting and the characters' reactions in such a way that you feel like you are part of the story, like your witnessing the story unfold firsthand.
I don't want to give anything away (unfortunately, another reviewer got carried away and revealed too much) but I will say that you will laugh out loud in some parts (Heather and Chad scenes, specifically at the company picnic), get angry in other parts, and cry your eyes out as well.
I hope you all read this book, as well as the author's other books, because if not, you are missing out on incredible stories told in such detail, with real characters, in realistic situations that most of us can relate to in some way written by an author who seems to understand human emotions, human behavior, and justice better than most people and it shows in his story telling.
Enjoy and don't forget to leave your own review!
I had to deduct one star for the same reason at least one other reviewer did also. I was quite taken aback by the way the author consistently described Jon’s mother. After the first description I got it. She’s fat. But every interaction that Jon had with her contained mention of her rolls, or her triple chins, or her inability to walk without being short of breath. If the author felt the need to remind his audience of her obesity, he should have kept it to a couple of words, not an entire paragraph of demeaning description. It very well could have turned off a reader or two, who are more sensitive than me...a fat lady who would like to read more about Jon, or even a whole different set of characters. But probably won’t due to the author’s obvious hatred of the overweight population.
Maybe he should re-edit this book, keeping _all_ readers in mind. He probably would have more 5 star reviews and a larger audience for future books.
Book starts out with Jon and he's on his way home to his cabin in the woods but Morgan runs into the back of his truck.
He owns part of the excavating business along with his ex wife and her new husband-his ex best friend. Love that when he negotiates the work detail he will pitch in along with the workers so nobody has to work on Sunday.
Morgan is running away from her fiance and they become romantically involved. Love the secret place, garden and everything in the woods.
Descriptive details that make you feel you ARE there. Love travel especially to the beach house-priceless. He then finds out more about her real life and I didn't see this going that way, WHOA. Lots of things in the past really matter now-to prove her innocence he goes out of his way to help.
Lost it when he received the envelope, WOW full circle. Could tell, without seeing it that this book was written by a man because there's no real drama (like females usually write) just the facts. Love how he deals with his mother, finally.
Love the sex but more the romance. Love how they use their hands to do their jobs. Love learning new things and about new locations.
Love this is not a predictable story, so many twists and turns-took my breath away.
Can't wait to read more from this author. Easy to keep track of the characters, over time with others thrown in to keep the story flowing. Like how the author writes about what he knows-it's just more real for the reader.
Hope there is another book in this series about his next adventures. I pick one or two books per month as my favorite and this one is gonna be hard to beat for the year!
The story has everything; an interesting story line, drama, mystery, tension, love, redemption and truth....simply wonderful!
Keep the stories coming Mr. Williams and I'll keep reading them.