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Friday, September 18, 2015

Review: She writes love by Sandi Lynn

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The circle of life. It's something we all know about but are never truly prepared for the unexpected. The unexpected that comes out of nowhere. No warning, no heads up, nothing. Just God giving us pure bliss and happiness and then taking it away in the blink of an eye. For me, losing my husband to a massive heart attack on our one-year wedding anniversary, and at the age of twenty-seven, was something I didn't think I could ever heal from. The emptiness, the loneliness, the numbness, and the need just to get through the day was overwhelming. My name is Paisley Logan and this is my story.

I'd never lost anyone before. I'd never experienced death. I felt like God was playing a cruel joke on me. How could he bring her into my life and then take her away so young. Even the best laid plans in life get altered. Mine did. Everyone kept telling me that time would heal all wounds, but this was a wound that would never fully be healed. Trying to get back to the normalcy of life was exhausting, so I didn't try anymore. My name is Ben Preston and this is my story.

My Thoughts:
This was one of the most emotionally draining books that I have ever read. I teared up so many times while reading. Paisley and Ben both lost their spouses. Ben's wife, Amy, died of cervical cancer and Paisley's husband, David, had a massive heart attack while they were going for a run on their one year anniversary. Both Paisley and Ben aren't really moving on. After some divine intervention both end up at a support group for people who have lost spouses. They become great friends who knows exactly what the other is going through. They both help heal each other in ways no one else could. The message is loud and clear in this book. Life goes on. It sucks and its not fair, but the world keeps going. This is a book for every single person to read. Trust me, you'll love it. 
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Sandi Lynn, A New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author, spends her days writing full-time to provide her readers romance novels that will whisk them away to another world. She has a severe coffee addiction and can usually be found hanging out at the local Starbucks with her laptop, sipping lattes, and writing her books.