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You breathe in, you breathe out, and everything you know is gone. Sara Walker knows firsthand what it feels like to have your reality ripped away, scrambled, and shoved back at you in an undone puzzle where pieces are missing and nothing fits. She's lost so much and is struggling to live and to find the strength to forgive herself for being human. With the help of Lincoln, her husband's brother, Sara realizes it's not about finding who she used to be, but about finding who she is now. You breathe in, you breathe out, and everything you know isn't gone, but reborn.

©2012 Lindy Zart (P)2014 Lindy Zart

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Really sweet story

I felt for this woman - its a dark romantic story. 'Torn between two lovers' but with a pretty huge twist. I really felt her pain and how she is pulled apart. I thought Lindy Zart really gave us two great men that anyone would be torn between but again with the twist it becomes even more bittersweet. The opening of hte book is very powerful you understand right away where this woman is at. And the powerful choice Sara makes to get herself together and get her life on track. I found it inspiring. One of those 'pick yourself up by your bootstraps' kind of things. How a person can get stuck and not be able to move their life forward. I think that happens to all of us, maybe not with this kind of impact, but the subtler stuff is almost harder. And I really loved her landlord - really nice to have that amusing relief. Good job to Lindy Zart and the narrator. I felt like I really knew Sara.

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  • Terri
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  • 02-09-16

An emotional ride of love lost and found again...

I liked this book and felt the feelings and behaviors were spot on. There is no way anyone can imagine what it feels like to lose a mate until it happens and it is crushing. It takes another love to distract us from all the pain. From Cole to Lincoln, I felt the author did a great job on the details. I found this title via a goodreads ugly cry list. It didn't make me cry, but I still found the book good.

The author, Lindy Zart did a good job on this book. I really feel this book can help others who loved and lost too. Letting them know they are not alone and it's ok. The narrator, Kelly Hazen did a great job in her flawless delivery of this book complete with multiple voices and accents. The emotions were spot on too.

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4 Take Care, Sara Stars


I was looking for something different to read, not something that would make me cry but if it did then all the better.

This did not make me cry but this book was chalked full of emotion.

I loved how the author makes you almost feel the woman’s grief. But also the brothers grief as well.

I have read a few reviews where people don’t think this is a love story. But it is.

You have this woman drowning in her grief and the woman’s husband’s brother who not only is hurting too but he helps her live again. Thrive again.

It is heart breaking and emotional and ugly and sweet and swoony. It’s a woman’s journey of lose and strength.

I would recommend this book to someone who wants an emotional book with the romance aspect light on the sex.

I don’t believe I have listened to any of this narrators work before, at first it took some getting used to, it was like she was both characters and a narrator for the story. I actually really liked that.

*You don't have to like my review but its 100% my opinion, and I am allowed to have it.*

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Harlequin at best. Robot narration

Rather excrutiating. Harlequin-like at best. The general reading/narration was robotic. Sad situation, silly interactions, often over- dramatic. I only finished it because it was a book club pick.

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