Sunday, June 13, 2010

Review of Almost Forever

When two firefighters die, they leave Bryn a widow and Garrett a widower. These two turn to each other in their grief and form a friendship that helps them both in the healing process. But Bryn carries a dark secret that eats away at her heart and soul. Did she really do what she thinks she did to cause the fire, or was it just a dream? With hopes for the future destroyed, they must find a way to begin again, but when Bryn reveals her secret and confesses to accidentally setting the fire, Garrett faces the toughest test of his life as to whether or not he can forgive. Deb Raney has woven a story of love and death and love found again that captures the reader from the first page to the last. Fascinating secondary characters round out the cast for this gripping tale. It’s one you don’t want to miss from this talented author.

1 comment:

Peggy Blann Phifer said...

What a great interview, Martha and Deb. I love the opportunity to take a peek into the personality of one of my favorite writers, not only of their lives, bot of what makes them tick as writers. :)

Please enter me in the drawing for this book. I really, really want to read it.

Thanks for the opportunity