Saturday, October 19, 2013
Seven Little Words by Margaret Sutherland ~ Review ~
Seven Little Words is the first work I have read by Margaret Sutherland and it certainly will not be my last. I really enjoyed this story. Ms. Sutherland has created characters that are very realistic with very realistic problems.
Cathy Carruthers has some emotional issues from her recent split with her boyfriend. She is running low on self confidence and has a mound of problems. Her grandmother experiences a fall that requires an extended stay in the hospital for rehab. So Cathy takes on the responsibility for all the things her grandmother takes care plus helping keep her grandmother's spirits up. She's also thinking of a Career change.
David Hillier has a few problems of his own. His father has been ill and David is taking care of his father's service dog. He has enjoyed his footloose and fancy free life. It allows him to go do what he wants to do when he wants to do it. Now he is hit with having to make a few choices. There is some major drama and a few scenes that had me scared for a little while. I don't want to give you too many details I will tell you the drama played out great though and I enjoyed the suspense and how it ended.
I enjoyed how these two formed a friendship while doing their best not to give into their attraction. The attraction is just too much though and they finally are unable to help themselves. However, there are many hurdles that they must cross in order to get to their happily ever after.
There is one major solution to a problem that I thought was just the perfect solution. Of course I can not tell you what the problem is or how they solve the problem. This would totally take the fun out of the story for you. So you must click the link and go purchase this book to find out for yourself.
I love dogs so with two completely adorable dogs in this book, the nice romance, and great storyline, this book hit a LOT of my high marks. I loved Seven Little Words!
I really enjoyed Ms. Sutherland's writing style and storyline. I was kept completely entertained thoughout the whole book. I know I will certainly be looking forward to read more of her work in the feature.
I was given the wonderful opportunity to read this book so I may share my opinion. As always it has been my great pleasure to share my opinion with you.