Marnie Wittier's tough exterior hides a broken heart and a belief that she's unworthy of love. When she meets Taylor Cole, she's wary of his kindness. He ignites a glimmer of hope in her, but everything comes to a halt when she makes a mistake that will cause even
Taylor to reject her. Her solution: run.
Marlo Schalesky is a new-to-me author. This book grabbed my attention and never let go. Normally, flashbacks irritate me, but the ones in this story worked well. I thought I'd figured out the mystery, but she threw in a curve at the end which caught me off guard.
Five stars for this heartwarming story of redemption.
Disclaimer: Neither the author nor the publisher paid me for a positive review. All opinions expressed are mine and mine alone.
Writers: Do you use flashbacks in your writing? Why or why not?
Readers: How do you feel about flashbacks?
I do use flashbacks especially in short stories. They are tricky though! This book has intrigued me! Thanks for the review.
Hi Lynn - Thanks for sharing. Yes, flashbacks are tricky, but they can work in certain stories. Have a great week. God bless, Susan
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