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  • Becoming a fan

    I have now read a number of her books and I will continue to do so

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  • Forgiveness is hard

    I was SO moved by this book. I'm not a teary person, but I cried 5 times, while reading this book. I also stayed up all night reading it, because the content was so compelling. Max is 7 years old, he has the perfect life with his mom Kiahna, who is a stewardess and his best friend in the whole world, Buddy, his dog. His mother's and his friend Raimey who has looked after Max, for his whole life. Raimey is an older lady with complicated health issues. Everything was perfect, until one day, Max's mommy didn't come home. Raimey took care of him and Buddy, as Raimey notified Kiahna's attorney that she was dead. Raimey found that Kiahna's will stipulated that Max spend two weeks with his biological father, before he be put up for adoption. Max has never heard of, or seen his father. It has always just been him and mommy; with Raimey helping out some. Kiahna and Conner met at an airport in Honolulu, when Conner, a commercial airline pilot gets stranded at the airport, when a hurricane is blowing around. One thing led to another, after a series of misunderstandings and the following day, Conner flew home to his family. Kiahna & Max lived in their own, special little world. It devastated everyone around Max, because he was such a wonderful little boy with all of this tragedy all around him. Highly recommend.

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  • Riveting, edge of my seat in the first chapter!

    Karen Kingsbury does not waste any time getting into the heart of this story in the first chapter! I was "literally" on the edge of my seat. She never disappoints with her ability to make you feel you are there with all the characters with such vivid details. Love this book for married couples or anyone struggling with forgiveness!

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  • Nothing much....

    It's just an okay book, the cheating issue, for me, wasn't truly resolved. Max was a little too perfect for a child, and hero was a crass! The only human character here is the wife, tsk.

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