Time Will Tell - Book Review

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Book Review of :  Time Will Tell


Time Will Tell by award-winning author Annette Anders is the 4th book of her Full Circle series. It is a romance story of two individuals coming together after the tragic ending of their previous relationships. One that ended in death, and the other just slipped away. Protagonist, Sabrina, is fed up with her situation and feels a move to someplace new might help change her luck in love and make life more exciting. Poignant and beautifully crafted, Time Will Tell is a tale about life's agonizing uncertainties—and a woman and man who discover that somewhere between hope and reality, an unexpected future will find its way forward. Scott has lost the love of his life to death, and grief still pulls at his heart. To make things even worse for him are found letters from his dead lover that's message is disturbing. The Supremes sang a song titled "You Can't Hurry Love," which was certainly apropos for Sabrina and Scott.

The two form a connection despite the pressure surrounding them, but as their romance blossoms, so does the fear of a new failed relationship. Scott learns he can still be sad. But he doesn't have to wallow or completely ignore the good that is there waiting for him.

Anders delves deep into grief and guilt to create a multifaceted story for a cast of characters with an emotional masterpiece about loss and hope, grief and forgiveness, and how the power of love can heal. The book poignantly portrays Sabrina's struggle to come to terms with…uncomfortable yet necessary questions about the conditions of love. Both characters have secrets. Both are running from their pasts in one way or another. The question is, what will they do when all their secrets are laid bare?

Time Will Tell features characters that you really get to care about. Anders immerses you in their lives. When Sabrina and Scott meet, there is an immediate spark and tension between them, but neither of them is ready for more than just friendship… but of course, that's not what Anders will let happen for too long.

This story is not just about a match, it is about the yearning and longing for human connection and fusion that is so needed yet so lacking in today's world of quick hookups, etc. Time Will Tell was a gorgeous expression of two people getting to know each other day by day. This is a story of real feelings and real love. It is easy to be totally gripped by Anders' story and want to consume it, and once you have, you need to read her other books from the series and get to know more about her great cast of characters. 

Reviewed by: Dave H

About Annette G. Anders


Annette G. Anders is the award-winning author of the FULL CIRCLE series. Her first two books (TURN BACK TIME and IN DUE TIME) have won multiple awards for outstanding fiction in Contemporary Romance and Women's Fiction. In her novels, Annette explores questions about relationships and lifelong dreams, but also about deep-rooted insecurities. The stories are intriguing and believable and quickly pull the reader in. They make the reader laugh and cry - they are real! Her characters have flaws, which makes them relatable. An avid traveler, Annette loves to write about locations she visited and takes the reader there together with her protagonists. When Annette isn't working, she enjoys photography, having lunch with friends, and reading often under the watchful eyes of Ecco, her goofy Boxer.

Visit https://www.annetteganders.com/ for more information on Annette G. Anders

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