Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Hidden in the Pages by Mindy Haig

Hidden In The Pages
by Mindy Haig

My rating: 5 stars

Publisher: Mindy Haig (November 19, 2013)
Publication Date: November 19, 2013
Genre: Romance
Print Length: 236 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

 
When his mother unexpectedly died just before Christmas, Jantzen Burke's world fell apart. He lost his father to his grief and the cold grandfather he never knew came to stay. Lonely and afraid Jantzen looked to his grandfather for some comfort, but instead of sympathy he was given a journal with a magical power; the power to find his perfect match.

A decade later, Jantzen's life is in status quo. His time is spent running the company his father signed over to him, finishing his education and maintaining an empty house. His only companion is the stranger who writes back to him in the journal, the person he's promised his heart to though he's never seen her face.

But one day an accidental meeting changes all he thought life had planned for him. Suddenly comfort wasn't enough. A decision had to be made. Would he break the promise he'd made and take a chance on love or was his fate tied to the words in the journal?

 
Hidden in the Pages by Mindy Haig

Hidden In The PagesThrough the pain and losses in life, sometimes we look in all the wrong places for the magic of love, renewal and hope. Mindy Haig’s Hidden in the Pages is a tale of emotional turmoil and the need for comfort when frustration is all one feels. Patrick and his son, Jantzen both lost the magic of love when Jantzen’s mother died. For Patrick it was a downward spiral into a mental abyss that ripped him out of the life he had made. Brilliant, successful and a creative genius, the loss of his soulmate also caused him to lose the son he had so dearly loved. Jantzen became the family rock, far too much responsibility for a young boy, with no outlet. That is when a journal became his connection to his thoughts and a girl who stole his very soul. There was magic in that journal, but had it become his emotional crutch for years? His angel lived in that journal, they corresponded, they shared, but they never met. When Zoie bounced into his life, he was torn between the fantasy of his journal and the flesh and blood woman in front of him. He wanted the magic his parents had, but he wanted Zoie.

Follow Jantzen and Patrick’s journey to healing through love, to believing in its magic and the magic the journal held, even if it was to teach about taking a step into the unknown with no guarantees.

Mindy Haig has created magic of her own in a tale that will bring tears to a stone. Not a fast-paced adventure, this is romance, past, present and future at its very best. Savor each page, the struggles and the triumphs as two flawed men learn to live in the real world.

I received this copy from Mindy Haig in exchange for my honest review.



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