What they say:
Exploring the Fragility of Love, Life, and
Widower, Dr David Adams, has recently moved to the village – where no one knows him, ergo there’s no fuel for neighbourhood gossip – to start afresh with is ten year old son, if only he can get to a place where his son wants to speak to him. Angry and withdrawn, Jake blames his dad for the death of his mother, and David doesn’t know how to reach him.
Andrea Kelly has too many balls in the air. With three children and a “nuts” mother to care for, her fiancé can’t fathom why she wants to throw something else into the mix and change her career. Surely she already has too much on her plate? Because her plates are skew-whiff and her balls are dropping off all over the place, Andrea points out. She needs to make changes. Still her fiancé, who has a hidden agenda, is dead-set against it.
When Andrea’s house burns mysteriously to the ground and Andrea and her entourage are forced to move in with the enigmatic Dr Adams, however, the village drums soon start beating, fuel aplenty when it turns out someone does know him – the woman carrying his baby.
What we say – review by Elizabeth A Wright:
If there is one thing that Sheryl Browne does well (and just for the record there are numerous things!) it is complex and indisputably sexy male characters. I challenge you not to fall for the mysterious Dr David Adams. As for Andrea Kelly? Well, there are very few women out there nowadays who can’t sympathise with her plight and when you throw a less than honest fiance into the mix, holding her back… most of us have been there!
Yet again Sheryl Browne paints a vivid picture of real life, making you laugh and cry and feel every ounce of emotion right alongside her characters. If you’ve tried Sheryl Browne before, you’ll love Learning to Love. And if you haven’t… well what on earth are you doing?! Get reading!
“This book will grip you from beginning to end.“
– Amazon review
“I would have never expected the plot to go the way it did. Sheryl has a real talent for involving all the characters into the storyline and giving them each a spin into a different direction.“
– Amazon review
“Learning to Love is fast paced and engaging. Not only does the romance sizzle but we see family life in all its shades of grey sprinkled with humour and sadness … and there is an element of suspense and fear. What a combination!”
– Jera’s Jamboree