Review: Julia Fairchild By Louise Gaylord
byon 07-10-2012 at 08:25 AM (171 Views)
"Both Julia and Mac had been hit by lightning. Julia was taken to a hospital in Albuquerque exactly where she meets Dr. Steven Duke. Steve has usually been a rival of Mac. No friendship is lost between them. When Steve m...
Julia Fairchild is a clinical psychologist. Mackenzie Brantley Jr. is a physician. He knew they had been meant to be together from the moment they met. In spite of vast differences in their childhoods, they appear destined for a fairytale life then along came the storm.
Each Julia and Mac were hit by lightning. Julia was taken to a hospital in Albuquerque where she meets Dr. Steven Duke. Steve has always been a rival of Mac. No friendship is lost among them. When Steve meets Julia, he wishes hed met her 1st.
Mac told Julia little about his family. The family is shocked by the resemblance between Julia and Selma, Macs mother. It doesnt take long for Julia to understand that this is a family with secrets.
Macs past live-in, Emaline Pierce, is determined to win Mac back. Its not him she wants, its the family members pecan grove, The Red Stone Grove, and his older brother. Shell do whatever it takes to get what she wants.
The lives of the Brantley and Pierces are interwoven with dark, deadly secrets, secrets that could destroy both families.
Julia Fairchild by Louise Gaylord is one of these books that you wont put down until you read every word on every page. Ms. Gaylord has woven a tale of betrayal, murder and passion. The characters have depth.
Reading this book is like looking in a window and watching the lives of the characters unfold just before you. Julia and Mac are two of the most complicated characters Ive ever read about. They are not perfect, far from it. They have their quirks and every single tends to make blunders. Dolores and Frank as supporting characters had been fascinating.
It was simple to really feel Dolores bitter anger over Franks betrayal. Frank wasnt the most likable sort, but he was actual. This is 1 of the very best books Ive read in years. Effectively done Ms. Gaylord. It is with fantastic honor that I suggest Julia Fairchild to these who enjoy fiction and a actually great drama.
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