Impetuous Ali Anderson has always been a loose cannon. While she’s still trying to come to terms with the death of her baby son and subsequent divorce from Elliot, she takes it upon herself to play God with her best friend’s incomprehensible marriage. Ali’s meddling has disastrous consequences. Finding herself cut off from those she loves, she comes to realise that a little forgiveness goes a long way...
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How faith plays in every life, no matter who you are or what your belief system is.
The closing scene...
"Another good book from Erica James."
I enjoyed this book. it is very sad and places. it is well written and well Read. I did think that it was a little bit too long. I would recommend this book
Erica James writes brilliantly and I have hugely enjoyed many of her books but this is not one of them.
The characters are engaging but the story drags and I grew bored. Rather late in the book a bit more action kicks in and we know things will go horribly wrong before coming good but the protagonist's deluded act of well-intentioned foolishness is so absurd it simply made the remaining chapters rather irksome. This is most assuredly not the absorbing feel-good fare that James so often does deliver. Try other titles before this.
"This author has never let me down"
Map of True Places
Ellie she is so feisty
Eve is an excellent reader, a joy to listen to.
A tale of how the events in our lives effect us
I really enjoyed this book
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