Saturday, June 18, 2016

The Encore by Christine S. Feldman

Kindle Edition, 288 pages
Expected publication: June 15th 2016 by Kindle Direct

When Jane married her college sweetheart and the love of her life, she never dreamed she would lose him to leukemia before either of them reached forty. A year later, she’s struggling to move on and create a new life for herself, a second act that she never expected to have to follow the first. Picking up the pieces is hard enough—it’s even harder when those closest to her don’t understand or support the way she’s trying to put them back together again.

But while the curtain may have come down on the life she originally had planned, life itself certainly isn’t finished with her yet.

And neither, as it turns out, is her heart.

My Thoughts…

My new favorite book by Christine  is The Encore.     Simply put this book is wonderful, sweet, emotional, and AMAZING!  My feelings while read were all over the place and I loved it. 

The Encore is emotional.    There is sadness at loss, reconnecting with family, working through guilt, and learning to live again.     I could feel Jane’s feelings change as the story progressed.    I felt like she wanted to make everyone happy and what she really needed to do is learn how to make herself happy.    She needed to learn how to be herself again and not part of a couple. 

Cullen, who is so interesting to me, was perfect to come into her life.    He was a mystery for her to solve and knew that she needed to have some pushes towards happiness.      I am still interested in his history as he seemed to not want to share much of that but I suppose some things a reader gets to imagine herself.  

Christine S. Feldman is a wonderful author.   With each book I read of hers I think this is the one… the one I will never forget.    Of course, I don’t forget them but the next comes out and I think it again.    The words she uses, the stories she tells, the characters we meet are all the ones we want to know and we won’t forget.    

Definitely pick up your copy of The Encore.

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