You're Right, My Love

Rated 2.67/5 based on 3 reviews
David and Annette are two people who have lost their spouses to unexpected deaths. They face the challenge of learning how to deal with grief and learn to love again. Their children fight their new relationship, destined to keep their lives the same. Will their relationship prevail or drive both into deeper depression? More

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Words: 86,190
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476064956
About Pamela Foreman

Pamela Foreman is a wife of fifteen years to her high school sweetheart and the mother of four children. Having grown up in Texas, Pamela currently lives in central Virginia. Pamela received her master’s degree in accounting from Liberty University and is an avid reader. She enjoys sewing, crocheting, knitting and scrapbooking when she is not involved with her children’s activities and spending time with her husband. You’re Right, My Love is her first book.

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Review by: Sara Zook on June 22, 2013 :
This story weaves together two struggling families who each lost loved ones and are attempting to find some sort of normalcy again. The children and their parents are also getting to know each other again and are faced with all sorts of relationship dilemmas of friendships, courtship and siblings.

Other than being a little drawn out and having some editing issues, it's an overall sweet and realistic story of the decisions families are forced to make together when their hearts are all pulling in different directions.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Melissa Stevens on June 09, 2013 :
A decent first story, but it needs some revision. A lot of mixed tenses, from past to present and back again.

The story itself was intriguing but I felt it got lost in too much information.

Perspective was a little strange, told from the point of view of an adult male and a 12yo girl.

Not bad, just not my thing.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Erica on June 08, 2013 :
As I was reading this book, I could see it presented as a Lifetime movie. The characters are such that you want them to have a happy ending. I admire the underlying message of saving oneself for marriage, even though I was uncomfortable with the adult content.

It's the beauty in the family relationships between David, Annette and their combined children that really save this book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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