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2 responses to “+Book Review+ Safe & Sound by T.S. Krupa #ContemporaryRomance which stirs your heart into one woman’s recovery from the ultimate loss.

  1. What a deep and entertaining book review. Very interesting, loss of a loved one means so many different things to individuals. So much depends if the death was expected or a shock and it takes every person on their own journey of grieving.

    • Thank you, Ms. Rosie Amber!

      I love the sound of your name, by the way! :) Thank you for appreciating my observations on “Safe & Sound”! I felt Krupa dealt with the sensitivity of the subject very well, as she gave Jill the flexibility to feel her way through her grief and emerge out as a butterfly would a cocoon when the first year emerged into view past Jay’s tragic death. I completely agree with you on each individual’s reaction and coping mechanisms to grieving! This is one woman’s journey and it was written where you were not overwrought with her own grief but rather the hope of what her life still held for her to discover.

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