Friday, February 7, 2014

~Seasons Of Sorrow Review


Just a few short months after her son’s birth, Charlotte Fallon faces a parent’s worst nightmare. In her darkest hour, she finds herself abandoned by her husband, Derek,left to deal with her heartbreak alone. Jobless and with very little money, she fights to regain her footing.

As the months pass, secrets her husband managed to bury are unearthed and she wonders if she ever truly knew him. As the truth continues to come to light, Derek’s business partner and Charlotte’s friend, Gregory Swift, steps in to help her deal with the repercussions of her husband’s betrayal.

Seasons come and go, and, as Charlotte begins to return to life, she realizes that she is much stronger than she believed. And while a pain this deep can never be forgotten, Charlotte learns there is room for joy in the future as the wounds heal. Even a winter of sorrow can eventually warm into a summer of sweetnes



When I began this book I wasn’t sure what to expect…. By the end of the first chapter I was ugly crying and I didn’t stop for a VERY LONG time after that.


Charlotte has to endure more pain than any one mother, wife, and woman should have to throughout this story. My heart physically ached for her and the situation she found herself in…. as a mother I felt VERY connected to her pain.


After the loss of her child, her husband taking off to spend the night on a “business trip” that just so happened to be a few short hours after they buried their only child does Charlotte realize how messed up her life really is….Thank god she has her 2 best friends to help her thru the pain she is feeling…. Or does she, they betrayed her too…can she forgive them, is there any way that she will be able to heal from all the pain, I’m not sure I could personally.


I give this book 4.5 stars





About the Author

A native Texan, C.C. grew up either reading or playing the piano.  Years later, she’s still not grown up and doing the same things.  Since the voices in her head never shut up, C.C. decided to try and profit from their crazy stories and started writing books.

Now that she has a baby girl at home, C.C.’s non-writing time is usually spent cleaning up poopy diapers or feeding the poop machine.  Sometimes she teaches piano, cooks, or spends time bugging her hubby and two beagles.

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