|Rating||:||4.22 (874 Votes)|
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All rights reserved. Evans also puts the jungle setting to good use during the couple's "dates." Although the various references to Christmas feel gratuitous, and a sudden appearance by jilter Martin doesn't do much to make the ending harder to anticipate, the finish nonetheless remains satisfying. There she meets Paul Cook, the handsome but damaged former ER doc who left the U.S. (Oct.)Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. The budding romance between Paul and Christine is totally predictable (including the awkwardness of their initial meetings). . after being blamed for a series of tragic Christmas death
“It has been said, ‘Seek not your destiny for it is seeking you.’” So begins this new and powerful novel from Richard Paul Evans, #1 bestselling author of The Christmas Box, The Walk series, and more.In the wake of personal tragedy, two people meet on a humanitarian mission in Peru. Christine is a shy, unadventurous woman whose fiancé broke off the engagement only a week before the wedding, and Paul is a former emergency room doctor whose glamorous lifestyle, stellar reputation, and beautiful fiancée are cruelly snatched from him one fateful, snowy Christmas Eve. Deep in the jungle, against a backdrop of poverty and heartbreak, they must confront their deepest fears and, together, learn to trust and love again.
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Sunny cause dull read Carole Imes Richard Paul Evans is one of my favorite authors. I've read every one of his novels and always look forward to his next book. I was a little late in getting "The Sunflower," instead reading "Finding Noel" and "The Gift" first--both were excellent! Although "The Sunflower" promotes a wonderful cause and is basically a heartwarming story, in my opinion it was dull reading. There was way too much trite, chatty "who cares" dialogue that didn't add to the story and it took endless pages to get to the point. I never do this, but I finally skipped to the last quarter of the book to see if there was any more excitement. And, yes the last part wa. but the person who received it liked it. She enjoys all of the Richard Paul I bought this book as a present for someone. I have not read it, but the person who received it liked it. She enjoys all of the Richard Paul Evans books.. Amazon Customer said So-So Story. This read isn't near as good as some of his other books. And you better like jungles, as this is where the story really takes place!