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  • Excellent Read

    When you leave the office to buy last minute Christmas presents you don’t expect to end up on the roof of your building trying to talk down a would be suicide jumper. This is the situation that John finds himself in. Once again Lorhainne Eckhart has written a compelling and compassionate story which I thoroughly enjoyed.

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  • What would you do?

    It’s nice to get back to the McCabe famIrishEyes430ily! When John is faced with a quick decision, he makes the decision to help a stranger. Violet feels that she has no choices and life is not worth living. It’s an emotional read but very insightful. I’m hoping that this isn’t the last of John and Violet. I think they would make a great couple.

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  • Short but Powerful

    What would you do when faced with making a quick decision to save a stranger’s life? It’s a decision John McCabe certainly didn’t think he was going to have to make when he left work to do his family Christmas shopping. And it’s a decision no one wants to have to ever make, but when confronted with a matter of life or death, John literally jumps in to do what he knows is the right thing to do. Violet may believe her life is truly over and there’s only one way out, but John’s determined to prove her wrong; if only he can get close enough to do it. Even when life seems at its darkest, there’s always a tomorrow, and that may be the best Christmas gift John has ever given. This is a heart-stopping story that will have you holding your breath and on the edge of your seat. For some this may be a very emotional read as suicide is a very sensitive topic, but it’s handled in a very compassionate and yet compelling manner. And, although this is not a romance, it makes a heart-felt impact, and who knows, maybe there’s destined to be more for John and Violet in the future. 😉

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  • Disapointing!

    Very disappointing! The book starts out great. Really sucked me in. However...once I learned the reason the female character is out on the ledge, the story literally took a nosedive. What a let down!

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