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A Reliable Wife by Robert Goolrick
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Dec 13, 10

it was amazing
bookshelves: source-own-nook, reviewed-goodreads, series_1off-read
Recommended to ZaBeth by: Bayshore Books
Recommended for: Libby
Read from December 10 to 14, 2010 , read count: 1

I don't know if I am lucky or cursed to have started this book when the first serious snowfall of the winter hit, but it added to the story to open the front door and feel the bitter cold on my face and feel some of the pain and sorrow that this story holds.

And yet, it is also a pain that heals. Heals wounds so deep that no medicine or surgery could reach. If you have the means to feel a wound - truly feel it - there can be redemption.

Goolrick has woven a passion play, a tragedy, a mystery, and a romance together in a setting that too plays a role. This is not a story to be read on the hot summer beach, but rather suffered in winter. If your lucky by a fire

When you have finished, have someone near to touch, to call, to talk, because it is that human interaction that saves us all.

Be kind. Love one another. And never fear, Spring will come.

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