In between supervising her boys, shaking her head at her teenage daughter and trying to survive marital life to a busy man, Louisa stays busy. Come to think of it, every time we read fiction, we get to be someone else, at least for the time that we dwell between the pages. A - Make a list on your blog from A-Z. You gave me quite a scare. Some days she thought those two had to be twins, even though that was physically impossible since she had given birth to them twelve months apart. She tried to ignore the pathetic whining coming through the door.
If so, will she ever give up her dream memories and remember her real life? When she awakes, huge portions of her memory are gone and her family sets out to help her remember. The man she assumed to be the doctor maneuvered past Mystery Man. The gentle giant rammed into her leg. I found this book to be a fast read, and page-turner to find the answers, and the ending will be a surprise. I just found it to be a disappointment all around.
They have three children, and live in an expensive Midwestern suburb. Louisa Copeland is a wife to Collin and mother to three kids brave woman. Panic ran like ice water down her neck. Louisa had never written a word, much less a book or books. Are you kissing your hand?. Cleo came bounding through, her nails clicking over the wooden floor like fingers on a keyboard.
Please, God, let him be in a good mood and willing to play with the kids tonight, she offered in silent prayer. Froth swirled around her bare feet, and the small white bubbles tickled her toes. Why, she is the renowned romance writer Jazz Sweet, not a Midwestern mom of three. She read the ingredient list. I loved the story line. Did Collin love someone else? Waking in the hospital, Jazz Sweet has no memory of this handsome man, and can't imagine why he insists they are married and her name is Louisa. That was definitely not a problem with this book! While you were getting it off the shelf, Cleo knocked you down.
They seem to be drifting apart and the perfect family life is not so perfect after all. When they first moved in, it had seemed like a great floor plan, all open, but now she regretted having chosen it. The adventure is on as two people try to re establish their relationship and bring their family back together. I wasn't required to write a positive review and the opinions expressed in the above review are my own. Cover and title page designed by Jacqueline L. If you read Mind of Her Own, my hope is you will walk away knowing God has only the best planned for you.
I won't commit a huge spoiler, but it was the type of thing one doesn't recover and move on from in a matter of weeks. Summary Who knew making dinner could change your life? There was a time when Collin would do anything for me too, she thought. This is a fast-paced story that I read in one sitting. A quick rinse under the faucet, and then she placed it in the dishwasher. Overall, this is an engaging Christian-themed novel which will appeal to teenagers and adults. Who is this Collin fellow, claiming she is his wife? Yet the sense of humor she uses in her writing makes even the serious plot points easier to handle than a dark, broody novel.
Yet that's exactly the catalyst that sets a family on a new path to find God and each otherin Mind of Her Own by Diana Brandmeyer. What kind of important career do you have? Jazz gets to work brightening up Louisa's dull wardrobe of khaki, white and navy with bright colors and accessories. He discovers Louisa's journals and realizes that he never really knew his wife. The man states he is her husband, Collin, but she does not know him. I received this book from Book Club Network bookfun. Situations occur that really have no flow and leave the reader a bit confused as to what is going on at times.
All opinions expressed are my own, and I was not required, or influenced, to give anything but an honest appraisal. Your scan came back clean. Louisa almost had the grill in her hands. Maybe he would relieve her tonight. The end of the bed wavered like a desert mirage, causing her to wonder if the head injury had affected her sight. Jazz dropped the characterization of her newest hero.
Wife and mom, Louisa Copeland, is an organized and seemingly perfect woman. He discovers journals from Louisa and starts reading them, not realizing it's her true feelings, about them and life. Joey, her five-year-old son, joined the fray as Madison, her twelve-year-old daughter, dangled a plastic horse over the head of Tim, her youngest son, just out of his reach. She goes home from the hospital with them anyway, not knowing at all what to expect. She knew it was foolish to put such expectations on her cooking but held out that there might be a fraction of hope, a glimmer of a possibility. All product reviews and opinions expressed on my website are my own and based on my personal experiences. What else should she put on the table? She cannot remember the name of her agent or where she lived in Florida.