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    Learning to trust

    This relationship drama is one that faces women the world over every day of the year. With the divorce rate being as high as it is, it is inevitable that at some time or another, mothers are going to have to face choices about remarriage and the effect that it will have on their children. Gail had her fingers badly burnt with her first marriage and has had to learn to be self-sufficient. When Jay persuades her to marry him, he has no idea of the number of problems he faces, starting with a rebellious step-daughter. As Gail and Jay traverse the mine field of emotions and misunderstandings resulting from the fallout of their previous relationships, their both have to learn about give and take and becoming vulnerable in a marriage. This book is really well written and covers issues that I have observed over the years in second marriages. The author doesn't minimise the effects of a broken past and gives the reader hope for the future. The attraction between Jay and Gail was evident from the beginning. I loved Jay's character and his kind persistence in reaching out to Gail warmed my heart. I identified with Gail to an extent and understood where she was coming from as I grew up in a broken family and was taught self-reliance from an early age. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review.
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