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    Moving and entertaining

    Where There is Life is the second in a series of books by Charlene Carr. It can be read as part of the series, but it is written in such a way as to be perfectly fine all on it’s own. Autumn, who we meet casually in the first novel, is a healthy vibrant beautiful personal trainer who seems to have everything she has ever wanted. She is surrounded by warm and caring family and friends. She has goals and dreams. Her unwavering dedication and enthusiasm are charming, rather than obnoxious. She is entirely lovable. Beginning in the hazy days after a life altering event, and moving through her physical, and eventually mental and emotional recovery, this is a book you will not be able to put down. Autumn’s story takes the reader on voyage from bliss to agony that spans several countries and the first year of her life after a tragedy. Grief is a difficult emotion to capture, but Charlene Carr writes with beautiful insight and breathtaking accuracy. Readers will fall in love with the people Autumn encounters. The characters are evocative and often complex adding both charm and sophistication. Subtle wisdom abounds and as she moves through the chapters Autumn finds her way home. This was definitely a captivating tale.
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    My heart ached for Autumn.

    This story of newly-married Autumn will take your emotions to so many places - you will cry with her and laugh with her, but what really makes this story interesting is that you will also travel with her as she searches to "find herself" once again. I thoroughly enjoyed meeting a variety of characters as Autumn travelled to places she had never been before, as she learned how to pick grapes, participated in the wine making in Italy and even serving as a waitress in England, after making some very good friends along the way. The geographical travel was interesting, the characters she met along the way were delightful, but the real journey was being beside Autumn as she struggled to "find herself". This story has just enough romance, just enough intrigue, just enough excitement to keep you turning those pages. You will not be disappointed!
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    How Do I Go On Without You?

    This story continues the series by Charlene Carr about a group of women who are friends and find their adult lives not quite turning out the way they pictured. If you have ever lost a friend, relative or partner Autumn's struggle will sound very familiar at times. You will find yourself hoping for her to come to grips with her devastating loss and move forward without the heavy denial she shrouds herself in for much of her story.
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