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review ☆ Always to Remember ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó Lorraine Heath Lorraine Heath Ó 7 Read O lost her husbands and brothers in the war Clay's presence was a constant offense As punishment Meg commissioned Cl. 45 stars I have read about five books by Ms Heath and have enjoyed them all most were four or five stars This one was no exception she has a way with words and she draws you into the story and you feel for the characters I definitely felt for Clay I cried for him I could understand Meg s motives and I didn t really care for her her at first but she grew on me So many battles to fight So many battles to lose She lowered the flame in the lantern So many battles to win Educated in Ireland I can honestly say that we did not really touch on American History in our school studies I suppose we had enough going on in our own Irish history and that was the history that was drummed into us Yes I knew about the Civil War the North versus the South and I did watch the TV show when I was a teenager not sure how true a depiction it was of life during that time but I enjoyed it at the time yeah yeah I did fancy both main characters especially the tall dark and handsome Yankee never really fancied Mr Swayze I am so shallow He never came across as very tall in his TV showsfilms A man lived or died according to his decisions in life But anyway back to the book Clay is perceived as the town coward While his friends went to War he didn t believe in the cause they were fighting for and refused to kill for it so he did not go Poor Clay I felt so sorry for him Yes he stood for his convictions but at what price He was shunned and hated by the folks in his Texan town even by members of his own family You can t imagine how much it hurts to be ignored by people you respect You don t know how loud the silence is or how deeply it cuts It s bad enough watching the hatred touch my brothers I d rather die than see it touch you I loved the twins Joe and Josh Honeysuckle She smelled of honeysuckle He thought about her pert little nose He d wanted to smile every time she tilted it to demonstrate her disdain toward him If her obvious hatred for him hadn t been so great hadn t hurt so badly he might have smiled Clay might have been a bit too perfect for me I love a hero who is a bit of a jerk who has to redeem himself but I did fall for him I admired him and how he stuck to his guns excuse the pun Of course I shed a few tears and honestly at one stage I wasn t sure of how the book would turn out He haunted her thoughts and she feared that if she slept he d haunt her dreams Clay could have given up on his principles he could have left the town In fact he need never have returned after the war But he was no coward no matter how much he was branded one by the people of the town and it was practically everybody except for Doc and the twins Sometimes you are the braver person if you stand by your convictions and don t follow the crowd Elke dag je hoofd en inbox leeg in the war Clay's presence was a constant offense As punishment Meg commissioned Cl. 45 stars I have read about five books by Ms Heath and have enjoyed them all most were four or five stars This one was no exception she has a way with words and she draws you Fly Fishing Lakes for Crappies and Bluegills into the story and you feel for the characters I definitely felt for Clay I cried for him I could understand Meg s motives and I didn t really care for her her at first but she grew on me So many battles to fight So many battles to lose She lowered the flame The Russians Dangerous Game Friendship #2 in the lantern So many battles to win Educated The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, Vol. 2 in Ireland I can honestly say that we did not really touch on American History His Teddy Bear in our school studies I suppose we had enough going on Billabong Adventurers in our own Irish history and that was the history that was drummed Painful Tears into us Yes I knew about the Civil War the North versus the South and I did watch the TV show when I was a teenager not sure how true a depiction Kendine İyi Bak Enneagram ile Kişilik Analizi it was of life during that time but I enjoyed Taken by Niagara Falls (Taken by Things, Book 2) it at the time yeah yeah I did fancy both main characters especially the tall dark and handsome Yankee never really fancied Mr Swayze I am so shallow He never came across as very tall La musiue des angesS'ouvrir au meilleur de soi in his TV showsfilms A man lived or died according to his decisions Estrena optimismo: Dinámicas para fortalecer tus emociones (AUTOAYUDA SUPERACION) in life But anyway back to the book Clay Sudoku Puzzles for the Weekend is perceived as the town coward While his friends went to War he didn t believe Mécanismes hydrauliques et pneumatiques - 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review ☆ Always to Remember ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó Lorraine Heath Lorraine Heath Ó 7 Read Ay to create a memorial for the town's war heroes But as she spent months watching him Meg's feelings began to chang. 22% I call itI m too heroine centric and she s not going to be my jam The hero is compelling enough but it really seems like all the growth for her will be because he s such a better person than herand I can t sayanything about the uoteparagraph breaks because I m too irritated chalk me up as someone who d rather read a book wo uotation marks than thisI think I threw up my hands when the heroine picked a white piece of marble saying it s pure and white like the glorious Cause and I ll just frankly never like her not to mention it mixes two wars doesn t it help me American History friends But whatever Hero s a moral righteous dude which means despite him being pretty A stand up guy I don t really care how he gets fucked and married see all previous references to Superman I knowI KNOW I m in the minority here But there s some important lesson here for me and that is the bottom line is Heath s writing might not be for me overall I swear I ve read two chapter of like 3 of her other books First of all itto my ear lacked authenticity Not only does Meg s dead husband tell Clay about her moans during sex but also described how important she is and how much he loved her And the only reason I can tell for all the Meg worship was her eyes There were two paragraphs about her cornflower eyes And how remarkable women s eyes were compared to men sand where s that damn trash canAm I being harsh I think so Those uotation marks did it to me I can t skip a semi colon in my job or everything breaks but Heath can reinvent the right way to do dialogue or the e copy is TERRIBLE either way I m out And partially because the hero s pure heart just isn t gonna get me there I mean he s uoting jesus in the prologue like some kinda martyrso basically he s the type of hero I d wave to pat on the back and say ok pal

review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó Lorraine Heath

review ☆ Always to Remember ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó Lorraine Heath Lorraine Heath Ó 7 Read After refusing to fight for the Confederacy Clayton was spurned by everyone in his hometown of Cedar Grove To Meg wh. Reviewed for wwwthcreviewscomAfter finishing Always to Remember I was left with a sense of almost sheer perfection This uniue book is far than a mere romance It is a morality tale of a man making a stand for what he believes and facing the scorn of an entire town because of it This story asks and in my opinion answers uite well the difficult uestion What truly constitutes courage It is about love and hate It is about true friendship It is about loyalty to one s convictions It is about redemption and forgiveness of wrongs both perceived and real Most of all it is about people finding a way to come together in harmony in spite of their differences Always to Remember is a story that really delves into the complexities of the human heart and mind with a depth that I don t often see in a romance novel yet it never feels dark As I read the book it evoked so many different emotions and reactions tears and sadness for all that Clay had suffered and the level of hatred that some human beings are capable of joy and laughter for the humor that can be found even in the most difficult times sighs of appreciation for the swoon worthy romance This book truly had it all and I can t think of a single thing I disliked or would have changedI thought the characters in the story were incredibly well rendered I m not sure that I have ever read such a kind gentle beta hero as Clay was He had suffered tremendously for being a conscientious objector to the Civil War a genuinely tortured hero in both body and mind He exhibited a depth of courage that made an entire town rethink what courage really means His loyalty to both his beliefs and those he loves is a rare gem If it wasn t for the fact that I know selfless people like Clay actually exist I would almost be tempted to say that he was too good to be true I found his virginal status to be both intoxicating and endearing just like Meg did I also loved his artist side The descriptions of Clay carving the monument brought it to life in a way that made it seem like a character itself Meg was a bitter angry woman after her husband and three brothers were killed in the war and she hated Clay as much as everyone else in town It was sometimes difficult to read her direct biting words to him that were born out of her hatred but even though I didn t agree with those sentiments I never felt like I didn t understand her I think this was all part of the beauty of the message that the book was trying to convey Underneath it all Meg was definitely a kind caring and compassionate person and as Clay slowly and unbeknownst to her chipped away at the rock surrounding her heart she was able to show that side to him The amount of growth that Meg went through from the beginning of the story to the end was phenomenal and believably written In my opinion Clay and Meg were two characters who complimented each other perfectly Always to Remember also had a great cast of secondary characters Meg s grandmother in law Mama Warner and Dr Martin the kind country physician were about the only two people who didn t hate Clay and they were always full of wisdom to impart to those who would listen Clay s younger brother Lucian hated him every bit as much as the other townspeople but when realization hits him he too grows and changes in ways he never would have guessed Clay s ten year old twin brothers Josh and Joe are an endearing combination of vivacious wit and wisdom beyond their years They had me laughing out loud at some of things they said and on the occasions when they seriously spoke their minds it never felt out of place or too mature just that they had been well brought up to understand and appreciate the finer points of life Even though Meg s husband and Clay s best friend Kirk had been dead for months his spirit played a pivotal role in the story through his letters and words he had spoken to both of them in the months and years before his death I really liked that he was a strong part of the story and that Meg had truly loved him Meg s brother and father as well as most of the townspeople hate Clay with a passion and throughout the story do some very despicable things to him yet even they were important in that they allowed Clay an opportunity to show his mettle and the power of forgiveness All in all this was a wonderful group of characters who really brought to life the warmth and closeness of the typical frontier community Always to Remember was my first read by Lorraine Heath and I don t think I could have chosen a better book with which to begin I really enjoy Civil War stories but don t often find them so it is always a pleasure to read one when I do I thought that Ms Heath found a great balance and I appreciated that she never politicized the subject matter in any way Those who chose to fight were given eual status with those who chose not to and neither side was ever demonized for the sake of making a point In my opinion this was simply an amazing story that has left me thinking about it long after turning the last page which is something I love in any novel I had this book on my to be read list for uite a while and I m now asking myself why I waited so long to read it I borrowed this from the library but will certainly be getting my own copy of this wonderful book for my keeper shelf I can t wait to check out Lorraine Heath s backlist to see what other gems she may have written

  • Paperback
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  • Always to Remember
  • Lorraine Heath
  • English
  • 05 April 2018
  • 9780515118049