Marriages have a way of outlasting themselves. Sometimes we don't even see the signs not until it is too late. Martin Lewis is trying his best to understand his wife Elaine's erratic mood swings. Honored at a dinner for the disabled, his wife and his mother both proud, but in two different ways. A man who is selfless, a doctor who is rare and rarely cares about his patients, does not see the warning signs in front of him as his marriage is about to smolder i ...more
I recently downloaded this book free from Amazon. I got a bargain, let me tell you, for this book was amazing! It follows the life of a woman who is so loved by her husband and yet she is blind to it. You want to hate her in the beginning, for she has everything anyone could ever want and seems to throw it away so callously, but we learn that there is something inherently wrong with Elaine.
Elaine is troubled by mistakes in her past that torture her to this day. She punishes herself every day for ...more
This story grabbed me instantly. The writing was so natural that I fell into the story from the first pages. The story line captured my attention and the chapters drew me in at the same time it touched me on a very emotional level. The raw heart wrenching emotions shared really grabbed my attention and made me really think about the circumstances that Elaine, the main character faced. She would have been a character that was easy to dislike but I couldn't help feeling for her and at the same time moved over the decision she made that would change her life.
I was not only intrigued but curious where this would. The writing is ever so smooth, clear and precise. It was easy to fall into the ebb and flow of Love Changes.
"According to you it was harmless, but let me tell you, and I speak from experience. Josh Derman has been in one too many beds, including mine. He's quite a charmer, and that's all I'll say for now. Please be careful."
- Brenda Perlin