Valerie O'Connor met Jack Marsh, she fell head over heels in love.
She met Jack while visiting her sister, Marianne, in Boston.
They had several dates and when the time came, Jack just said
goodbye to Valerie and told her he would write.
Valerie was unhappy. She had very strong feelings for
Jack. In November, Valerie had a big surprise. Someone
knocked on the door. Valerie's father answered. It was a
man who said, "Hello, sir, my name is Jack Marsh and I've come to
marry your daughter."
Everyone believed this was the
beginning of a fairy-tale marriage? Or was it?
goes on Valerie realizes how little she really knew about
Jack. She was Catholic and believed in her principles of being
an ideal wife and mother. Jack, now an airline mechanic,
arrives home many times late with the smell of perfume on his
clothes. Many times he is drunk and violent. Valerie
puts up with this for some time.
Then, one day, something
happened. Jack did something that Valerie could not ignore any
longer. What did Jack do? How did Valerie
There is no other way to say it - this book is
MEZMORZING. You will not be able to put this book down and if
you do, you will hurry up to finish what you have to do to get back
to it. Your capture begins right on page one and will continue
until you get through the book. This is a woman's story
of some happy times that turned into many dark moments. It
touches on areas we really don't like to think about but the author
does such a great job of putting everything together in this story
to show us the torment this character is going through. She
makes you feel as though you are part of the story. You have
to read this book to know what I am talking about. This is an
excellent read. Don't pass on this one!
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