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Be Still by Tania L. Ramos
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Sep 12, 12

Read from August 28 to September 12, 2012

There is much to be said about Tania Ramos' novel, "Be Still." It is a well thought out and well planned novel that actually weaves two interconnecting stories into one.

The book revolves around Jack Silver. A father, haunted by the memory of his wife who died somewhat mysteriously many years ago and his son Travis, who has held a long-time grudge against his father, blaming him for his mother's death. Add in the cute Dr. Chris Amity who has been like a daughter to Jack though has always been seen by Travis as somewhat of a leach to his father. However, it will be Travis and Chris who will need to form a bond when tragedy strikes and understand the truths that have been hidden for so long.

Over the course of the novel, the author tells a story that blends a mix of inspiration, the afterlife and romance and turns into a convincing tale of redemption. While I did feel that the storyline around Jack became a little tedious and drawn out at times the story surrounding Travis and Chris kept me going on to the end which, while I won't give it away, was a perfect little touch that made me smile. "Be Still" is part medical drama, part romance novel with a hint of "What Dreams May Come." While this genre is not my norm, I did enjoy this very much and recommend it highly.
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