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    An enjoyable read!

    Another touching story from Liz Isaacson. This time Sam, the eldest Buttars brother finally succumbs to love. As always Liz takes real life and deals with the pain and heartache with an amazing sensitivity. Bonnie and Sam are drawn to each other but they each have difficult decisions to make which manages to get in the way of their relationship. When my emotions are engaged to the point of tears I know I’ve enjoyed the book.
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    Beauty for ashes

    This sad story has a happy ending, however both Bonnie and Sam have to come to a place of wholeness and trust in order to move on and take the gift that life has to offer them. This book made me realise all over again that we cannot depend on other people, including our loved ones, to make us whole. Only God can do that, and in order to enter into a relationship we really need to know who we are before we can learn how to mould ourselves to another person. Bonnie has experienced one of the worst tragedies any parent can experience and has been stuck in her grief. Sam has had his fair share of tragedy, but because he has his brothers to take care of, he hasn't had time to find himself. In this tender love story, Bonnie and Sam learn that they have to leave the past behind in order to find fulfilment in their future together. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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