Different Roads

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
It's been said that when we look back over our lives, we are able to recognize the pivotal moments that in some way, shape, or form have led us to where we are today. More

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About Lori L. Clark

I read. I write. I run 1/2 marathons for fun. My only child has four legs and fur. I grew up in small town Iowa and currently reside in big city Missouri.

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Cassierose333 reviewed on on Aug. 30, 2013

I laughed...I cried...I remembered times of my past. 4x4's, bonfires, many hot guys and lost loves, new loves and forgotten loves. I related to Jaq in the sense of the fire she had inside of her, her boyish ways, and yes the working in the auto field though I love my trucks not cars ;) And I choose to drive not co-pilot :)
I truly do believe this is a heart wrenching beautiful story. A story of reality, a story of believability. Most people don't fall in love with one person and live happily ever after though we all want that break from reality when we read but sometimes we need to read a book that is what reality could be and this book truly does it. Different kinds of love & a different kind of life.
The open road, the dirt road, the tight trails avoiding ruts, tree stumps, mud pits that beg to stop you dead and make you stuck until some one comes along to pull you out. I've always had my phone at ready but when theirs no signal because your so far off the beaten path and you stay their stuck in your minds wrath what else is there you have but yourself to get you out? This book reminded me of that. Reminded me you always have to stay strong and never let that fire inside you burn only with embers. Let yourself blaze.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Jessica Peterson reviewed on on March 10, 2013
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A well-written, descriptive novel. I was easily immersed in the main character's world and taken along her genuinely interesting journey. For me, the ending is what either makes or breaks the book, and with Different Roads, the ending was the best part. It was a quick, captivating read and I thoroughly enjoyed it, I would highly recommend it to others. :)
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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