Time Aside

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Judge Constance Merrywell has set aside time to recover from the shock of learning her son, a med student. has ALS. To avoid hovering over him, she escapes to her old home town of McConnelsville, Ohio, where life was once solvable. Here she reconnects with actress friend Lea Porter and meets Cortney Powell while sketching sulky rigs. Life is suddenly fraught with underlying mystery.

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Review by: Rod Williams on Sep. 23, 2014 : (no rating)
The theme carrying this wonderful book,TIME ASIDE, is reincarnation, from the Pink Mill on its cover to the last page. Setting the tone, Judge Constance Merrywell has just learned her son Jeremy, a med student, has ALS. Seeking courage and strength to deal with it all Constance escapes to her old hometown. And here, unexpectedly, an exciting new life embraces her. Colorful characters abound, keeping the plot moving ahead with twists and turns and colorful imagery. Art thefts, a revenge barn burning, a wedding or two, are just a few scenarios enclosed within its turning pages. I could not put it down.

Rod Williams, author of Kahoolewe
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Kingsport on Sep. 14, 2014 :
What would you do if you had to say goodbye to someone you love? A return to her small hometown brings back many wonderful childhood memories to our heroine and also introduces a new romance. TIME ASIDE is a delightful read,described with evocative language, many scenes in rich detail which will enhance the reader's immersion in this novel of a journey back home. Betty
(reviewed 30 days after purchase)
Review by: Amy Kwei on Sep. 7, 2014 :
An interesting read about the small town life of community, friendship and loving support. Anyone who has ever tried to understand our journey through life and its many challenges will enjoy sharing Judge Constance Merrywell's discoveries about love, loss and reincarnation.

The language is beautiful. The descriptions of small town life bring flashes of recognition from those who have ever been touched by them. One goes away wishing one has attended the parties featured in the book — the food, wine and company. An uplifting book that cheers the mind and warms your heart! Amy S. Kwei
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)
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