Sabrena Collins feels her life is finally coming together, now that her abusive ex-husband is a distant memory. She has a good job, two wonderful daughters, and a best friend who is more like a sister. And then there's the gentle and generous Steve, who is everything her ex wasn't.
But what about the lonely nights when the phone doesn't ring? What about the dinners that go cold? Does Steve truly return the unconditional love Sabrena gives, or are his empty promises preventing her from finding total fulfillment? There are surprises in store for Sabrena that test her courage and faith as never before in this heartfelt tale that is perfectly complemented by narrator Patricia R. Floyd's compassionate performance.
©2006 Sharon Allison-Ottey; (P)2008 Recorded Books
This was an easy listen. The plot line contained a few twists, but I had suspected the solution to the problem well before it was resolved. Regardless, of that, I still enjoyed this book.
Yes i would, it was an eye opener
Yes, this story was well done
Nothing at all, I usually give anything that she narrates a try, she is one of my favorites
Love books on tape! It's all about the narrators for me though. No matter how good the story, if the narrator doesn't cut it...
I really liked this story. I think it's an eye opener for everyone. It really makes you think and reminds you that illness knows no color, race, etc. NOBODY is exempt. Great writing and great narrator.
All she did was love a man. Who of us hasn't? This was a great reminder to be a little selfish and not feel guilty about putting ourselves first!
Overrall a good read with a message. A little monotonous as I thought there were several points where she could have ended the story.
I did love Patricia Floyd's Reading Style too!
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