Promise Me Forever
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Promise Me Forever

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Frustrated by his slow recovery after an accident, Sloan Whittaker had chased off everyone who'd tried to help him. He was a prisoner to his bitterness--convinced he would never walk again. Joy understood Sloan's battle, she had been there--all he had to do was start believing. As his therapist, that was all she wanted. As a woman, she feared that once he could walk--he wo...more
Paperback, 250 pages
Published October 1st 1995 by Mira Books (first published 1985)
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Strong willed Joy forced Sloan to move from self-isolation and self-doubt through encouragement and aggressive tactics. The lesson learned from this book was how powerful Sloan became when he was released from the restraints he put onto himself and he realized the possibilities ahead.
Jan Mcleod
This is a well-written story about a wealthy man named Sloan who had been in an accident and is now in a wheelchair. His past good life and attitude are totally changed. He's run off all his friends and people who have tried to help him because he does not want to see pity in their eyes.
Joy is his new therapist, a gutsy, stubborn woman determined to see Sloan walk again in spite of his anger and bitterness. What he does not know about Joy for a time is that she, too, had endured the disabling tr...more
Joy is a physical therapist. Sloan is a rich patient who has had a terrible accident in his car. The doctors have told him he will never walk again. That is until Joy comes into his life. From here it is a typical love story boy falls for girl, girl tries not to fall for boy.

It is a pretty good story with some turns that are quite typical, but kept my interest.
Needed a quick read and this certainly met that need. Not really well written and has serious flaws, but a quick romantic story that I finished in a day. If you need a beach quick read this will do the trick. If you are looking for a well written, satisfying story this is not my recommendation.
Cathy Langfitt
Very sweet, romantic heartwarming read. I love the therapist/wounded hero storyline. I did get a little frustrated with the heroine's stubbornness when the hero opened his heart to her. Loved the HEA. Definitely a keeper!
Love with rehab

Another great book by this author. A story about a man injured in a car accident who has feisty physical therapist.
I fell for this one, wanting everything to work out, so I kept reading. I always love a happy ending.
Margie Walker
I really liked it. It was good story.
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