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Melissa has always been driven by her dreams, namely, a career in interior design and a residence in England. But her dream life isn’t all it’s cut out to be, especially as her father falls ill and she has to return home for an unwitting goodbye that she never guessed would come. Back home, she’s faced with the seriousness of father’s illness and his last remaining fears aMelissa has always been driven by her dreams, namely, a career in interior design and a residence in England. But her dream life isn’t all it’s cut out to be, especially as her father falls ill and she has to return home for an unwitting goodbye that she never guessed would come. Back home, she’s faced with the seriousness of father’s illness and his last remaining fears about her and the solitary life she leads... Armed with resolve and faith in God, she trudges on, wanting to make the passing easier for her whole family. Her heavy burden is lightened by Jordan James, her brother’s best friend and business partner, a man who may harbour more than friendly feelings for her. In this poignant and bitter sweet story about love and loss, will Melissa finally open her heart to the Godly man she can spend the rest of her life with?...

Title : You've Got a Way With Me
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ISBN : 27227871
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 42 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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You've Got a Way With Me Reviews

  • Janie Johnson
    2018-12-25 10:33

    Nice readingI would recommend this to all who believe in faith , love and family. Like the connects with the bible. Nice🐱good Read's

  • Laura
    2019-01-12 08:29

    You've Got a Way With MeShort and sweet. Joanne Sawyer weaves a tale that is sad, yet romantic at the same time. Mel comes home when she receives word that her father has cancer, but it is worse than she realizes.

  • Amy Anguish
    2018-12-30 14:29

    This story was more like a very rough draft. The run-on sentences, lack of proper punctuation, and switching back and forth between points of view made it hard for me to actually follow the storyline. The plot might have been a good one, but it felt too rushed.

  • Lillie
    2019-01-02 09:40

    A short, sweet love story between characters with Christian values. The story was mostly telling rather than showing, and the book really needed editing. For example, prologue was used for epilogue.

  • Natalie Arroyo
    2018-12-26 15:28

    Another short story, but I wouldn't exactly call it "romance." It was more like a story of a woman having to let go of a parent. She knew that praying helps, but her father was content to simply just go, believing that it was time.