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A Light Last Seen Kindle Edition
From a reader about Cub Creek and A Light Last Seen: "'In the heart of Virginia, where the forests hide secrets and the creeks run strong and deep, ' is a place called Cub Creek. A place that has meadows filled with colorful flowers and butterflies to chase, and dirt roads and Cub Creek to jump over and disappear into the woods. A living and rural place that draws the reader to the setting and the characters who have stories to tell. A place with light and darkness and as unique as the characters who live there. When I opened the beautiful cover of this book, I stepped into the Cub Creek world and met the main character, Jaynie Highsmith. This is her story."-Reader/Reviewer, February 2020
--This text refers to the paperback edition.
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- ASIN : B07ZS91FD1
- Publisher : Kersey Creek Books (11 February 2020)
- Language : English
- File size : 2862 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 320 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 60,765 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Jaynie's childhood wasn't perfect. She was raised by a single mother with quite a temperament and was protected by her older brother whenever possible. Her elderly neighbor Ruth was her true and only friend and also a mentor and they shared a wonderful time until Ruth was suddenly gone. Jaynie could hardly wait for her life to change and thought it can be done only by leaving everything behind and starting fresh somewhere else. That worked until it didn't but she was strong enough to walk away from it... Who knew it was "truly as easy as returning home" to find healing and that chasing happiness is not always the same as finding it.
This is my first book by Grace Greene and while I heard great things about A Light Last Seen, it wasn’t the story I expected. The story was slow moving with lackluster action. Jaynie was a hard character to like as she often acted more like a child throwing a tantrum than a grown woman. The only characters that I enjoyed were Jaynie’s neighbor, Ruth Berry and her grandson, Wyatt. Ruth has some great pearls of wisdom for Jaynie, some she remembered and others she forgot to live by. My favorite one is the one I quoted above. We are always influenced by the past, it is up to us to determine how much the past influences our present but we are never truly free. Overall, A Light Last Seen was a decent story; however, I expected more. Even though the book didn’t speak to me, I feel there is someone that it will. I recommend A Light Last Seen.
A Light Last Seen is available in paperback and eBook.