Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Tapestry of Trust


Mary Annslee Urban
Contemporary Romance

"The thought of having a picture of himself on his desk boggled his mind.  Lately, he could hardly look in the mirror."




Isabelle had always thought that Charlie was her one true love, and perhaps he was.  But when he disappeared six years ago when she needed him most, that image was shattered.  Now, Charlie is back in her life and shows no signs of leaving again.  Can she forgive him enough to give him a second chance, or are some dreams shattered forever  Charlie has never forgotten Isabelle, despite his mother never liking her.  No one has lived up to Isabelle's memory.  When they happen to run into each other again, can Charlie find a way back into her heart?

My Opinion:  This was a sweet and lovely read.  Though their past perhaps was painful, the story stayed light and avoided much of the harsh pain that could have been delved into.  Isabelle and Charlie's romance is slow and sweet.  A few side characters round out the scenes nicely.  With a dab of a Christian slant, their personalities showed growth and maturity, rather than dwelling on the past.  Personally, I would have reacted a bit more strongly than they do, but the tone of the story was still enjoyable.  Overall, an interesting read of enduring love and forgiveness.

I received a free copy of this book to review.  No other compensation was given.  The summary and review are 100% my own.


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