TAKE ME HOME
November 6, 2012
Rating: 5 cups
Claire is a very bright, capable person. She is also very thoughtful, and definitely keeps her distance from anything that may hurt her, even though she does not seem aware of that. She is trying to mend her relationship with her sister. Once her marriage ends, she decides to turn over a new leaf and is taking risks. She is not going to let her past shadow her from having a happy future without fear. She is even opening up to a horse about her deepest feelings. She has her own Horse Whisper who listens as she tells her sorrows, pains, hopes, and wishes.
Tim is dealing with sorrow and pain. He does not know it because he will not face his recent past. Having secrets that haunt him, Tim comes face to face with them when he meets Claire. His wife committed suicide and he has never been the same. Never expecting to meet someone who gave him such a gut reaction,
he is taken by surprise. To meet someone who physically reminds him of his wife is not easy to stomach. As hot as a doctor comes, is Tim a good match for Claire? She has others who are interested in her and finally able to show it.
This story is real and can penetrate a soul because so many difficulties are shared in depth of the many facets of relationships. The characters' lives have the potential for some great stories of their own should the author ever want to continue with these characters in future stories. Because of the healing
of the characters that can affect the reader positively, this book also greatly entertained and captivated me. Any book I can read in 24 hours or less is definitely one that is an attention gripper. It is romantic and loving in a wholesome way, while allowing the passion to be repeated many times over.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More