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by Susan Wiggs

  • Author: Susan Wiggs
  • ISBN: 0778303543
  • ISBN13: 978-0778303541
  • ePub: 1831 kb | FB2: 1542 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Women's Fiction
  • Publisher: Mira/ Mills & Boon (2010)
  • Pages: 480
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 644
  • Format: azw docx doc lit
Just Breathe ePub download

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Chicago cartoonist Sarah Moon tackles life's real issues with a healthy dose of sharp wit in her syndicated comic strip Just Breathe.

Deep within the peaceful heart of Amish country, a life-or-death emergency shatters a quiet world to its core. New York Times bestselling author Susan Wiggs delivers a riveting story that challenges our deepest-held beliefs. New York Times bestselling author Susan Wiggs returns with a deeply emotional and atmospheric story that spans oceans and decades, from the present-day Delaware shore to the battlefields of WWII France.

This had become a common occurrence lately. Routine morning sickness. Dr. Faulk, her OB, was not concerned. Faulk, her OB, was not concerned rging across the Golden Gate Bridge, down into the parking garage beneath the blocky office building and up the elevator to the office of the Comic Relief Syndicate on the twenty-third floor. She’d consumed nothing stronger than tea and oyster crackers for breakfast. Most days, she managed to keep her first meal down, but not today. This morning, everything was exacerbated by nerves

Just Breathe Audiobook by Susan Wiggs.

Just Breathe Audiobook by Susan Wiggs. As Sarah's cartoon alter ego, Shirl, undergoes artificial insemination, her situation begins to mirror Sarah's own difficult attempts to conceive. However, Sarah's dreams of the future did not include her husband's infidelity: snag number two in Sarah's so-called perfect life.

Susan Wiggs (born May 17, 1958) is an American author of historical and contemporary romance novels. Wiggs began writing as a child, finishing her first novel, A Book About Some Bad Kids, when she was eight. She temporarily abandoned her dream of being a novelist after graduating from Harvard University, instead becoming a math teacher. She continued to read, especially reveling in romance novels.

Find out in this contemporary romance by New York Times bestseller Susan Wiggs! Sarah Moon tackles life’s issues with a sharp wit in her syndicated comic strip, Just Breathe. With both Sarah and her cartoon heroine undergoing fertility treatments, her fiction often reflects her reality. However, she hadn’t scripted her husband’s infidelity.

Unexpected change can be like a breath of fresh air-a little brisk at first, but magic for the body and soul.

Sarah Moon tackles life's issues with a sharp wit in her syndicated comic strip Just Breathe. However, she hadn't scripted her husband's infidelity.

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Just Breathe by Susan Wiggs.

Sarah Moon tackles life's issues with a sharp wit in her syndicated comic strip, Just Breathe. With both Sarah and her cartoon heroine undergoing fertility treatments, her fiction often reflects her reality. However, she hadn't scripted her husband's infidelity.In the wake of her shattered marriage, Sarah flees to the coastal town in California where she grew up. There, she revisits her troubling past: an emotionally distant father, the loss of her mother and an unexpected connection with Will Bonner, the high school heartthrob skewered mercilessly in her comics. But he's been through some changes himself. And just as her heart is about to reawaken, Sarah makes a most startling discovery. She's pregnant. With her ex's twins.The winds of change have led Sarah to this surprising new beginning. All she can do is just close her eyes…and breathe.
If I had to pick two words to describe this book, it would be quiet and compelling. Quiet, because it sneaks up on the reader, softly pulling us in and teasing us to care about Sarah, the cartoonist who is desperate to become pregnant, but shocked into acknowledging, if not accepting, that her husband has cheated on her after she gave up so much to help him survive the cancer that almost took his life. Then there's Will Bonner, the fire captain whose protective instincts bring him a wife and young daughter, Aurora, when he's barely out of high school. Though he can't prevent the wife from divorcing him and fleeing to the bright lights of Las Vegas, the child, now 13, is convinced that Will isn't as good as he seems to Sarah and oh, if he and Sarah get together, where will that put Aurora?

That second word, compelling? Because the story doesn't stop when Sarah comes home and re-encounters Will, whom she'd known in high school from the distance of a nerd looking in at the big sports star everyone thought would secure multiple scholarships and go on to bigger and better things. No, each of these people are deeply wounded by the unexpected and when they make their reacquaintance, something clicks and each begins a slow dance of recognition that their life is no longer what it used to be.

Add in an unknown arsonist who not only places Will in danger as he fights the biggest fire he's seen in years, but also the business that Sarah's family has owned for generations and Aurora's discovery of a strong box that contains the answers to so many secrets about herself and her mother, secrets that force her to flea to Las Vegas to find her. All this creates a crisis that, like a kaleidoscope, changes their lives yet again.

As I said, quiet and compelling, but most of all, worthy of a reader's time.
This is the story of 2 people who spent a lot of their life going after a goal that fell apart. She moves back to her childhood home and he becomes a firefighter to protect everyone as he had rescued his adopted daughter after a disastrous fire. They become best friends, but his teenage daughter acts out when she suspects a deeper relationship developing.
She becomes a single mother of twins whose self esteem has been eroded by her her ex-husband's denigration of her work as an artist and her values as a person.
This book is the story of how they grow and change to who they should become.
First of all, I am lousy at writing reviews. But when I see a book by Susan Wiggs I read it. And in some instances I reread it. That was the case with this book.

Sarah is a cartoonist who wants a baby so badly she is undergoing fertility treatments. She thought her husband wanted a baby as she did. She decided to surprise him at work with his favorite pizza. Her surprise was finding him with another woman which sends her back to the home town she had struggled to escape

Will has stayed in town and given up his dreams by marrying a young woman in Tijuanna who has a five year old daughter.
Marisol leaves, without her daughter. Will adores Aurora and has made a good life for the two of them.

Sarah and Will attended the same high school together where he was a jock and she drew cartoons and distributed to the
school. Her favorite subject was portraying Will as an arrogant jerk.
Their past collides with their present with interesting results, especially when she learns she is pregnant. I had a hard time putting my Kindle down.
I really, really enjoyed this book. Love the characters and flow of story. However, from about 50 pages in the story line is quitepredictable, but still enjoyable. My main complaint is that the arsonist story line was a major part of the story. I was so disappointed when at the end it is just glossed over without going into how the identity came about. You are just left to assume Aurora coughs up the evidence from the fire. Very disappointing end to what was a good read.
Wow, I read this book every chance that I could. Sarah finding that her now ex husband was cheating on her while she was undergoing in vitro fertilization after nursing him through his cancer treatments. Will was having difficulty relating to his pre teen stepdaughter who he adopted. Sarah moved back to California and reconnected with her family and the community especially after the birth of her twin boys. Will and Sarah fell in love. What a story!!!!!
I've been reading Susan Wiggs for many years. I've never been disappointed in one of her books. While I've liked some of them more than others I've enjoyed them all. These are not your average romantic novels. They have much more depth and are not cookie-cutter. They are definitely unique! I'm a fan! ????????????
The story of a woman who finds her way home after learning her husband is cheating on her. Although the happy ending was predictable, there were entertaining twists along the way. I love stories where women discover their own worth after leaving an unhappy marriage. Also loved the California small town setting.
I actually loved this book but I am marking it down because I thought the ending was too abrupt. I love Susan Wiggs' writing but in this particular book she tied everything up and ended it so quickly that I was let down, just would have preferred it be written with the same attention that the rest of the book was.
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