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Preview — Insignificant Moments by Jeremy Asher
by Jeremy Asher (Goodreads Author)
For twenty-seven-year-old Jaye Logan, life has been full of neglected opportunities and missed chances. He's had an incredibly unadventurous career as an assistant librarian and only one serious girlfriend. But on the day he decides to literally climb a mountain and seek something better in life, something better finds him instead.
That glorious day, Jaye rescues a beautif...more
Paperback, 332 pages
Published July 18th 2012
(first published June 24th 2010)
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My husband just had his first book published! It's in the genre of contemporary romance, and it has a Nicholas Sparks feel to it. The book's characters are fun, loving, and easily relatable, and Jeremy does an awesome job of connecting the characters' lives in unimaginable ways. I love it!
Wow! I read this book in just 2 days and I couldn't put it down. It's a beautiful story of how the most insignificant moments can change your life forever. I laughed, cried and got angry too. It wasn't predictable at all and kept me in suspense until the last page. I know the author personally and I am so very proud of Jeremy! If you get the chance check this book out!
Although the writing style needs work (I nearly deleted the book after reading the first couple of pages), I'm glad I persevered. The stories of the main characters intertwined beautifully, in the present and the past, culminating in a satisfying ending. The book brought me to tears at times, and for that it gets four stars.
Disappointed. Sounded interesting but didn't get far. Put it down after just a few pages because of language and immoral ideas that I don't agree with. So my rating isn't necessarily for the story, because I didn't read much. My review is for the way it was written and what was included.
I liked the way it showed the same story from different characters perspectives but I didn't appreciate the crudeness and inappropriate comments made by Jayes best friend. Even after trying to ignore that I couldn't stomach the premarital sec. Definitely would NOT recommend.
Six degrees of separation is played out in this story. The author was able to connect every character in the story together and still tell a good story of love and persistence. Not an earth shattering book, but I did enjoy the story and was satisfied with the ending.
I really liked this book. It helped bring out the idea that every moment might lead to something better even if that moment was not good or pleasant. It gave the feel that God is in control of our lives and will try to make something better of uus than we could.