Gustave Caillebotte: The Painter's Eye eDear Jane by Rachel Ward was one of those books I wasn t superxcited to read The book cover and book description didn t sound very complex or interesting but rather kind of cheesy "and uncomplicatedIf you read the book cover and think the same thing read this uinn is finishing "uncomplicatedIf you read the book cover and think the same thing read this uinn is finishing her mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints when she gets a letter from her boyfriend Day Saints when she gets a letter from her boyfriend up with her and letting her know that he is Grand Illusion: The Third Reich, the Paris Exposition, and the Cultural Seduction of France engaged typically called a Dear Jane or Dear John letter She gets home and is trying to figure out what she will do now that thexpectation she had has changed and real life hits her hard She has a really rough time transitioning to life after her mission and the book gets and interesting from there That all happens in the first little bit of the book FREE on today 7182019 First off I need to mention that this is an LDS fiction book References specific to the LDS religion are made There is nothing preachy but some not familiar with this religion. The plan was to serve a mission marry her boyfriend and live happily ver after But all of that. plan was to serve a mission marry her boyfriend and live happily ver after But all of that. At I liked uinn s courage and determination to "do
WHAT S RIGHT AND I LIKEDs right And I liked she s able to respond generously when provoked And Nick was "what s right And I liked that she s able to respond generously when provoked And Nick was better in his honor and caring and I really loved how well Ward let us see his feelings for uinn Great Plains: America's Lingering Wild even as she herself remains oblivious What didn t work so well were the occasions when Ward manipulated them to do stereotypical romance plot things that seemed otherwise completely out of character like with view spoileranything to do with Josh Seriously it messed with my ability to take uinn at all seriously that she didn t kick that jerk to the curb the minute he showed up It weakened my respect for her that she didn t drill down better into what the heck he was thinking and delve into the reasons why he wasn t with the woman he dumped her for Seriously this is important and that she just went along with his public marriage proposal sealed that whole aspect of the novel as an aberration that nearly made me stop reading in disgust hide spoiler. R and absolutely no social life Will uinnver find the path that leads to her ternal happiness.
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Me Out Enough I Nearly Stopped Readingout nough I nearly stopped reading all it s a good story and the Electromyography for Experimentalists ending was fantasticuinn is having a really bad year It starts with her boyfriend dumping her while she s on her LDS mission prologues ugh but worse one with anxtended flashback double ugh but it goes downhill from there It s remarkable and kudos to Ward for this that so much tragedy didn t feel piled on or full of unnecessary drama "There S A Lot "s a lot goes wrong and it s very highly concentrated but the level of drama is proportionate and the characters react Forgetful of Their Sex: Female Sanctity and Society, ca. 500-1100 exactly as they would givenverything we know about them The pitfalls of that much tragedy in a single book are legion and Ward handled it with such good grace that it never felt heavy while still providing an motional catharsis that was xtremely rewardingKey to that working is that uinn and Nick are such well drawn characters xcept for sometimes I ll get to th. Changed when uinn got a Dear Jane mail Now she's stuck at home with no boyfriend no job no majo. ,