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On the day of Jack's accident, Carter, his elder brother, is emotionally wrecked and decides to call Lilly. But she has not forgiven him for breaking her heart, and she is with someone else now. Can he get her back? Jack had been married to Kelly, but she is now dead. Jack has to be strong for his son despite the challenges. Cynthia is a nurse, and from her first meeting with Jack, strong emotions are palpable. Coincidentally, after the accident, Jack is taken to the hospital where Cynthia works. Apart from taking care of him, she prays for him fervently, something Jack's family witnesses. Will their connection continue despite the mishaps, especially now that she has moved back to her hometown and Bennet is in the equation? To find out how things unfold, get a copy of So Much Better Your Way, Signed Jack by Theresa A. Laws.
So Much Better Your Way, Signed Jack by Theresa A. Laws is a wonderfully written book with a flawlessly flowing plotline that leaves no room for confusion for the reader. I loved the theme of hope and not giving up. I also loved the calm tone and narration pace used by the author, which is very welcoming. Theresa also captured the emotions and events of the well-developed characters vividly, hence capturing the imagination of the reader. I loved how effective the book was in conveying the intended message without alienating anyone. The reader will also appreciate the easy-to-understand language used, making the book accessible to all kinds of readers. I cannot wait to read something else by this talented author.