Saturday, May 5, 2018

Missing Us

Missing Us (A Chandler County Novel)
by Traci Wooden-Carlisle

Emotional story filled with drama and suspense that keeps you guessing what will happen next. Terry has secrets that he brought into his new marriage which torn it apart. Now he wants a second chance but what is done is done and can’t be undone or can it? Trust is needed before they can rebuild their relationship but with secrets still in the way forgiveness maybe but I don’t see how that is possible.

I did think he could have given her a bone without giving the whole thing away. I understand why he needed to keep quite but I just think this relationship could have been saved before it fell apart. It was a good read with suspense. It held my attention and I truly enjoyed it.

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Dr. Atherton Nathan, Terry, never imagined that the pact he made four decades ago would cost him what he treasured most – his family. Though he survived the slow disintegration of his marriage, he held fast to the hope that he could win back the only woman he ever loved.
His youngest daughter now has a life and love he has always wanted for her and their relationship has healed enough for her to allow him to give her away during her wedding. He hopes the weeks he will spend in Chandler County to ensure her transition from her life and career in Chicago to Chandlerville before the nuptials will be enough to convince his wife…ex-wife of his love for her and hers for him.
Reina Fellows Nathan can finally breathe a sigh of relief. Her youngest daughter’s life is out of danger and Shauna is carving out her own path towards happiness. All Reina has to do is get through the weeks it will take to help her daughter plan her wedding and avoid her ex-husband. He nearly destroyed her once and despite some of the changes he’s recently made she dare not trust her heart to him.
Each day brings new challenges that work against her resolve to remain unaffected by her ex- husband’s attempts to court her again, but secrets, lies and a long-held pact that comes to light may make it impossible for a true reconciliation.

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