A Distant Thunder (Jason Wolfe #2)
Jayson sighed. "I miss the naivete of youth. I miss making music in the basement and eating your father's cooking . . . playing my music and being with the people I loved." Elizabeth couldn't hide the fact that she was a little choked up when she said, "I echo that . . . And I miss the rain." Following long moments of quiet, Jayson said, "Rain is . . . just rain . . . and...more
More lists with this book...
In the first book, Jayson and Elizabeth broke up because she felt like their life together wouldn't work. So..he gets married and later she does too. BUT they still are "the best of friends" and call each other all the time, even though they are married to different people AND have kids. I think it is PURE wrong. They should just forget about each other and move on with their lives...more
However, after finishing book two (Distant Thunder), I had to ask myself, "Why the heck am I reading these books?" Book three (Winds of Hope)made all of the effor...more
One: If you want a book that is going to drive you absolutely insane, you've got it right here.
Two: I love all of Anita's books, and I can always find a peaceful getaway within their pages. So, I was extremely dissapointed when I picked up this book. The style doesn't flow anywhere near her other creations.
Three: It's strange - doesn't have near as much dialogue as I would prefer. (Call me crazy, but I love it when characters can actually carry out a productiv...more
Also, the entire first book covered a little over a year...more
This middle book in the trilogy covers about 20 years, but it does it well. It tackles serious issues, which is typical for Anita Stansfield. It was a little bit predictable, but I enjoyed it.
his beliefs/morals, even though he lived in a world surrounded by temptations and when he though all was lost, he found a way to go on. A great example to all of us!!
I am truly enjoying the books though!!!
"With sales approaching a half million, Anita Stansfield has clearly found a niche in this market," said Nicole Martin, Publicist for Covenant Communications. "Her popularity stems from her ability to empathize with and write about the issues...more