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The Point of No Return

3.7  ·  Rating Details ·  46 Ratings  ·  13 Reviews
Charley, a devoted wife and mother of five, has a life that looks picture perfect to those around her. But years of living life in a neglected marriage make her question her relationship with her husband. Charley spends sleepless nights writing in her journal and trying to find happiness in the life she has. She's not sure she can continue living a dull, loveless life ...more
Kindle Edition, 216 pages
Published May 8th 2013 by Perfect Mamas Press
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May 18, 2013 Cindy ~ SnS Reviews rated it really liked it
The evils of facebook

A mother of five wonders how her marriage got to the point it has. She pours her heart and soul into a journal trying to figure out how and if the marriage is salvageable and if she wants to save it.

There is a online predator that stalks women online. He is very good at seeking out venerable women and reeling them in and making them do things they normally would not do and once he has done that he adds them to his collection.

So many women who aren’t getting the affection
Sandy Grassini
Jul 20, 2013 Sandy Grassini rated it really liked it
I gave this book a 4 star due to the fact that it was a good book and I liked it. Some of the things in that story I can relate to and thats why Charley holds a special place.

Here we have a mother with 5 kids and a husband who is a doctor who no longer pays attention to his wife. As she continues to go onto her computer she ends up planning a trip to New Orleans. Meanwhile she gets a friend request from her highs school crush. She isn't sure if she should accept his request. He flirts with her
Jun 30, 2013 Tammy rated it it was amazing
I finally got the hard copy from my daughter & couldn't wait to read it. I am halfway thru & love the fast paced life she lives. I would have kept reading but literally passed out cuz of the 11 hour shift I worked before I started to read. Anxiously waiting for work to end so I can finish it tonight. Need the next book in the series soon so I can keep the story going!
Julie Farley
May 18, 2013 Julie Farley rated it it was amazing
The Point of No Return is a fast paced novel about a busy wife and mother who gets involved with an old high school friend online. You will hold your breath and hope for a happily ever after.
Brent Gregory
May 27, 2013 Brent Gregory rated it it was amazing
Good quick read. Couldn't put down for last half of book, wanting to see how Charley's life would turn out. Enjoyed very much!
Kim Bailey
Jun 29, 2013 Kim Bailey rated it it was amazing
Loved the book! Can't wait for the next book in the series
Aug 04, 2013 Melanie rated it really liked it
Wow,wow,WOW!!! The emotion I felt reading this book was a little overwhelming. I was able to relate to Charley as having been through the same type of situation. Many times during the book I almost wanted to put the book down because it was hitting to close to home but it kept drawing me back in.

I wish I could have given it 4 1/2 stars but, since you can't do that I gave it 4. I would have given it 5 stars but I felt the end was a little rushed. I would have liked to read a little more about Cha
Jun 05, 2013 Lindsay rated it liked it
Shelves: adult-romance
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May 31, 2013 Tina rated it did not like it
Disappointed.... Ending was very poor. All this build up and ends with an entry in a journal, really??? Felt like the book left me hanging multiple times throughout.

Not worth my time to read
Julie Weldon
Really enjoyed this book. Had some interesting twists and turns that I did not anticipate. Really opens ones eyes to the way social media can be a very bad influence.
Tricia Ann G
This book was really very good! It was well written, intriguing, and I could totally relate to the main character. I'm keeping my eye out for the authors upcoming book.
Apr 18, 2014 Maureen rated it liked it
Some over the top stuff that makes this a far from PG read, but overall a good book. Fast read, especially if skimming the over the top parts
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I really liked the book, its a love story with some suspense in it, it kept me wanting more.
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JD Combs grew up in a military family using her rich imagination to get her through the loneliness that can come with moving from one place to another. JD studied journalism in college, interning as a newspaper reporter and fell in love with the craft of telling other people's stories. She has maintained a personal blog for the past two years and decided it was time to, once again, tell other ...more
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