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I am a bereaved mother and wife. I began this blog to help me look for the "good things" in life after my daughter, "Babybear", died in July 2005. Three years later, her daddy, my husband, "Bear", died in November 2008. (You'll find a link to their stories on my blog) And now, as difficult as it is, I continue to look for the good things in my life as I learn my new normal with my pup, "Furrybear", at my side. And the angels on my shoulder...

Friday, November 9, 2007

Cross My Heart...



Cross My Heart and Hope to Die / Claire Calman.

This book is a light novel which made it a good book to read in order to wind down each night. Even with all the British slang as well as the going back and forth between present day & 9 years previous, one could easily feel although they were apart of the story.

The novel is about two families going on a weekend getaway to a cabin along the beach. As the weekend wears on, tension rises and an explosive secret threatens to be exposed.

2 comments:

Blake and Lilly's Momma said...

I am so jealous that you read so much! I am thinking maybe I should start going to bed earlier and read at night. Blake would prefer that someone be upstairs with him when he's in bed, anyway. Maybe that'll be MY smart habit :)

Jo

Tiffany said...

I haven't been much of a reader since junior high, but lately I have been reading a good bit. I've finished two books in the last 2 months and have two already started! Which is awesome because I have one book that I have started 3-4 times and have yet to finish it.

This book sounds really interesting, might have to put it on my "to read" list.