The Fountain

The Fountain

The Fountain The bestselling author of The Gazebo and The Observatory is back with another beautiful novel that will linger in the heart What if you had a second chance at love that was denied you long ago This is

  • Title: The Fountain
  • Author: Emily Grayson
  • ISBN: 9780061031403
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Paperback
  • The bestselling author of The Gazebo and The Observatory is back with another beautiful novel that will linger in the heart.What if you had a second chance at love that was denied you long ago This is exactly what happens to Casey Becket two days before she and her husband Michael are to celebrate their twentieth wedding anniversary Suddenly, standing in her back yard byThe bestselling author of The Gazebo and The Observatory is back with another beautiful novel that will linger in the heart.What if you had a second chance at love that was denied you long ago This is exactly what happens to Casey Becket two days before she and her husband Michael are to celebrate their twentieth wedding anniversary Suddenly, standing in her back yard by the fountain is Will Combray, the man she once deeply loved and was engaged to marry, yet who jilted her on her wedding day Older and wearier now, yet still handsome and unpredictable, Will tells Casey that he s come back in order to try and piece together his own life, which has been a series of emotional failures He knows in his heart that everything went wrong for him the day he left her Will s reappearance throws chaos into Casey s ordered life Her marriage to the kind and faithful Michael Becket, who has been her best friend since childhood, has been a source of great comfort, if not passion Tugged in one direction by faithfulness and honour, and in another by pure desire, Casey Becket must relive her own troubled history to discover which choice will satisfy her heart.

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    649 Comment

    The one was much better than The Gazebo, which was the first one I read by this author. I was skeptical to try another one by her since I wasn't too impressed with The Gazebo, but I'm glad I read this one. I enjoyed it.

    I really enjoyed this book, I had read The Gazebo years ago and finally found a copy of this to read, it was in the same vane and a feel good read.

    This was not the book I was looking for but I read it anyways. It would appeal to readers of romance but it certainly didn't do anything for me.

    This story felt familiar, in a good way. Who hasn’t thought of the road not taken? It felt more like that than a cheesy romance novel which also uses this plot line often. Casey wasn’t necessarily a sympathetic character, but there was a genuineness to her that made the story work. If she’d been nicer this story would have been boring. As it was I read through this one fast because I wanted to know what she would choose-her comfortable life with Michael or the great unknown with Will.It wa [...]

    Another lovely story by Emily Grayson. Its about a woman torn between 2 men. It was good but definetly one of those situations when you know something the Character doesn't and you keep talking to her outloud telling her "What is wrong with you? The other guy is soooo wonderful!!!", Kind of like when your trying to save someone in a horror movie by telling them "TURN AROUND!!! TURN AROUND HES RIGHT BEHIND YOU WITH A KNIFE!!". Its good but had some slow parts & some very cute parts. = D

    This story really pissed me off towards the end, but it did a turn around. Is this not what life is really about thinking you know one thing and then that is not true. Trust that you are exactly where you are supposed to be. Everything happens for reason. I really enjoyed this read although at one point I was about to throw the book out the window.

    The things people do in the name of Love are almost as bad as the things they do in the name of God.Good writing, with good continuity and transitions. I also felt like even though this had an almost fairy-tale ending it was a pretty accurate conveyance of what people might do in this type of situation.I'm curious to check out her other novels now.

    This was 199 pages. I finished it in about 1 hr 45 min. It was pretty good. A quick, easy read. It did have a surprise at the ending, and even going into the ending I wasn't sure which guy she'd go with.

    I read this book many moons agod I have to admitI really liked it.I thought the story was very Nicholas Sparks-esquette. Is that how you spell it? I may read alot but not such a hot speller.

    For me it was a relaxing book. Ofcourse I was intriged when suddenly the lost fiancé appeared. And I could relate to what Casey was feeling many times. It's a nice book to read on a relaxing day.

    3.5 stars. all i can say is, thank god the dad-in-law spoke up in time. i can't believe she even considered leaving.

    Girl married Michael - boy next door - after she was jilted at the altar by Will Combray. Not much depth to the story.

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