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    Silver threads

    A wonderful book as always. These books are hard to put down and it leaves you excited for the next one.
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    I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Imagine that every life is somehow linked to another by a very fine, almost invisible thread whether they know one another or not. Imagine that sometimes bad things happen to one or both of the individuals linked by this thread. And imagine again if the threads become crossed by those left from the previous actions. Then imagine that your life has been changed beyond anything you have ever dreamed of. This is what happened to Drew and Jennifer Bishop. Bent on robbing the neighborhood drug store to pay a debt or have both legs broken, Tom Coggans couldn’t know that he would not make it out alive; neither would the vibrant, young woman, Jennifer. She probably would not have stopped at the drug store if not for the raging migraine headache she had. Her husband, Drew was away from home on business when the call came that his wife was involved in an accident and he needed to come home immediately and take care of their daughter, Brooke. Things were different without Jennifer in their lives. Dear, sweet, thoughtful Jennifer. What did Drew know of taking care of a child? Much less his child who already lost her mother and was afraid of losing him. As if Drew and Brooke did not suffer enough, Tom Coggans’ twin, Eddie was to be released from prison. Eddie and Tom were to meet and begin their reign of terror again. However, Tom was gone and after learning of his death, Eddie blamed it on Jennifer and he planned to get even. Again the threads cross but this time Drew escapes being scathed. With nothing left but painful memories, Drew makes the decision to move. Can he and Brooke find healing in their new home? Will they smile again? Bette, you have done it again. You took a heartrending story of despair and gently guided it to joy as only you can. Thank you for allowing me the chance to read your story.
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    Silver threads

    Can't wait for it i'veread all her books she is the BEST Story teller of all author,I've read all her books from the 1st to this one can't wait to read it,on the 14th of this month WOWWW I am so happy I go on kobo tosee if Betty has a new book,My wish came true.
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