Moving On

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Moving On

Moving On Anna is a mysterious woman that has just moved to Regina Beach The residents of the small town know everyone s business and they are very interested in discovering Anna s secrets Nick was a Sergeant i

  • Title: Moving On
  • Author: Annette Bower
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Anna is a mysterious woman that has just moved to Regina Beach The residents of the small town know everyone s business and they are very interested in discovering Anna s secrets Nick was a Sergeant in the Canadian Army, doing active duty until a horrific accident sent him home to recover He helps Anna feel safe and comfortable in her new environment, just as he has alwAnna is a mysterious woman that has just moved to Regina Beach The residents of the small town know everyone s business and they are very interested in discovering Anna s secrets Nick was a Sergeant in the Canadian Army, doing active duty until a horrific accident sent him home to recover He helps Anna feel safe and comfortable in her new environment, just as he has always done for his men in strange, dangerous places Meanwhile, he focuses on preparing for his future physical endurance test to prove that he is capable of returning to active duty.Anna doesn t talk about her past, and Nick doesn t talk about his future therefore she is shocked to discover that his greatest wish is to return to active duty She won t love a man who may die on the job again Intellectually, she knows that all life cycles end, but emotionally, she doesn t know if she has the strength to support Nick.

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    1. Sophia on said:

      Since when does moving to a small town where you are an unknown quantity protect your secrets? Anna Jenkins thought so and boy was she wrong. This story is about getting a chance at a new start in life. Both Nick and Anna are two people who have endured losses and in the meantime have seemingly lost their way. Anna rushes out on her former life to hide and lick her wounds in the small town of Regina Beach at the cottage she has inherited through Murray, her fiancé’s family, since he made her [...]

    2. KyBunnies on said:

      Anna and Nick are the main characters in this book. This book uses Canadian English spelling so it may be a little off to some people. Please remember that it is not a grammar/edition mistake. That is how the words are spelled in Canada. Yes, it is correct I ask a friend I work with who is Canadian. I did not do this to verify who was right or wrong. I did this to help understand the book more.Anna is trying to move on from the horrible past. It is something that everyone has tried to accomplish [...]

    3. Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews on said:

      Originally posted at: longandshortreviewsspAnna Jenkins is a broken woman looking for solace from the sad eyes and well meaning platitudes of friends and family for grief they couldn’t even begin to understand. Losing her fiancé was bad enough, but as a trauma nurse she's surrounded by daily reminders of his accident. It was enough to send Anna over the edge. While she knew everyone meant well, getting away from it all was just what she needed to begin healing. Murray’s cottage by the lake [...]

    4. Books Mom on said:

      This story is got my attention from the very first page. After reading the first couple of paragraphs, I was hooked. I had to know what was going on. Why was the heroine was there, and why she was so sad? The amount of character building the author did in only a few words was fantastic.The writing was beautiful and descriptive, and I felt as though I was inside the heroine’s head while she lived through the things that were going on. She was starting a new life and hoping to be happy again som [...]

    5. Ana Torres on said:

      This book is a wonderful romantic love story you don't see too often. It has the right touch of romance from the start to finish. It is very well told as you are living it. Anna's life has a remarkable story that will have you smiling and crying in some parts of the story. If you are looking for romance being told in not right up and get me, this story has a not fast not slow either. But just knows where the highs and lows of this storyline of an old fashion love story. Her Blurp:Anna is a myste [...]

    6. Wendy Hines on said:

      Moving On is an engaging romance with two battle-scarred heroines. Anna, who is licking her wounds and beating herself up with guilt and Nick, who is wounded while in Afghanistan both find themselves in the small town of Regina Beach. They both want to heal and they help each other, finding romance along the way. But it's their futures that may prevent them from having a life together. They both have different goals.With captivating characters, exceptional writing and an engaging plot, Moving On [...]

    7. Julia Damatto on said:

      Moving On is a story of Loss, Hope, and Love. The two main characters had suffered a loss and find themselves in the middle of their grieving, it's really interesting be able to see how they begin to fall in love with each other, and how they overcome their fears, and let love enters in their life and be able to Move On.The plot is excellent, flows with each page, the author creates a scenery with credible characters and real heartbreaking moments. This is a sweet romance.Highly recommended!!* I [...]

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