Skipping Stones E-book Review
I had the pleasure of getting a copy of Skipping Stones in exchange for a review. I love books and love the chance to get to share things that i read. I will always express my honest opinions.
I'm usually a Dean Koontz reader. I couldn't pass up reading something different when it was free. I usually find romantic novels to be a bit over sexual. In all honesty. it took me a bit to get into this book. Once i started reading I was enthralled with the story and I found it hard to stop reading.
Skipping stones is a very emotional book.
Alex Hart endures so much pain and heartaches.
You go on a very emotional journey with Alex.
One minor decision can have a huge impact in ur lives.
They say there are five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.
Not everyone will grieve in this order, nor will everyone go through every stage. It’s during the stage of denial when Alex Hart meets Andrew Foster. He takes her one-step closer to acceptance: the stage when new, meaningful relationships are formed. The stage when the realization occurs that this is now the new state of normal.
Just when Alex thinks she is on her way to healing, she enters the bargaining phase. That’s the phase where you wonder what you could have done differently. You wonder “what if?” Specifically, what if the ones you loved hadn’t left you?
Leaving…this is what makes heading off to war so difficult and frightening for Alex. She knows all too well what it’s like to be the one on the losing end of life, which is why she’s made it her personal mission in life to save as many lives as possible. The extreme high she gets from treating trauma victims turns into Alex’s own form of therapy, or so she thinks.
When faced with her world being turned upside down, Alex may just find that her true therapy is in the one who has always saved her.
Skipping Stones is a stand alone novel.