Mommy Said Goodbye

Mommy Said Goodbye What would you think if one day your wife disappeared and everyone believed you were responsible How would you feel if the only thing that kept you from being arrested was your child s insistence tha

  • Title: Mommy Said Goodbye
  • Author: Janice Kay Johnson
  • ISBN: 9780373711970
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • What would you think if one day your wife disappeared, and everyone believed you were responsible How would you feel if the only thing that kept you from being arrested was your child s insistence that his mommy told him she was leaving And what would you do if you suspected your son was lying One day Craig Lofgren came home to discover that his wife was gone He and hisWhat would you think if one day your wife disappeared, and everyone believed you were responsible How would you feel if the only thing that kept you from being arrested was your child s insistence that his mommy told him she was leaving And what would you do if you suspected your son was lying One day Craig Lofgren came home to discover that his wife was gone He and his kids have been living in a nightmare ever since The police think he killed her the neighbors do, too The only bright spot is Robin McKinnon, the one person who believes in Craig But until his wife is found he has nothing to offer her Welcome to purgatoryNGLE FATHERHe s a man on his own, trying to raise his children.Sometimes he gets things right Sometimes he needs a little help

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    1. I certainly liked this book, it was different I really felt bad for the hero, branded a killer by everyone he knew, his kids suffering as well and all the while he didn't know what happened to his wife, he reflects back on how his wife seemed to have different personalities, the police-man who investigated seemed to have decided he was guilty without even looking.The heroine has his son in her class and she notices how angry he has become and talks to the hero, at that point of time she thinks h [...]

    2. Such an amazing and emotional book, I loved it!In a letter to the reader, at the beginning of the book, the author states:As a writer and reader, I am fascinated less by the big dramatic scenes than I am by the aftermath. Someone survives a childhood trauma and most bystanders assume that the story is over. But is that really the end? I want to know what comes next.I’m also fascinated by mystery, although like most of you, I really like to feel secure. The unknown is terrifying. I completely a [...]

    3. 4 Stars ~ For almost two years Craig has been living in purgatory and sadly so have his two children. His wife, Julie, woke up on day and just walked away leaving behind her children and all her possessions. No one could understand how a seemingly devoted mother could just abandon her kids. The investigating detective came to the conclusion that she hadn`t left of her own free will and the first finger he pointed was at Craig. Like a dog with a bone, the detective was determined to put Craig awa [...]

    4. Well written story about a man whose wife disappeared a year and a half ago and he has been under suspicion of murdering her all that time. Goes into quite a bit of detail about what the cops are doing to either prove she was murdered or not. Goes into detail about what is happening to the hero as people turn away from him and his children. The heroine is the older child's 6th grade teacher who is trying to help him deal with his emotional problems in school as the other kids bully him about his [...]

    5. Since I've only been reading books from the various Harlequin lines for a few years, I wouldn't say that I have an extensive knowledge of what the different lines have to offer. I was surprised at the darkness and intensity of Mommy Said Goodbye. It's a view of the fallout when a family suffers a devastating loss in addition to being the focus of prejudice, ridicule and scandal.A single father raising his two children as best as he can amidst the small town gossip and rumors of what happened to [...]

    6. Not a typical romance, but still compelling. The romance elements were more subtle than other aspects of the book, but I still enjoyed it. It's got a bit of a mystery added in there as well - where is Julie, what happened to her? The book also shows the behind the scenes fall-out of something like this (being suspected of murdering your wife)- the emotional, societal and other ramifications that go into these sorts of investigations. It's not a POV normally shown in fiction and I found it intere [...]

    7. A man is suspected by police of murdering his wife when she mysteriously disappears, and he and his children are socially shunned. A year and a half later, only his son's teacher will associate with him, and the investigation is picked up by the original detective's daughter. New eyes bring new clues to light, but will our hero ever be free to love again? And will our heroine, the teacher, ever be able to trust him? As much a mystery as a romance, like all Johnson's books this is well-done, alth [...]

    8. I liked this quite a bit. The hero's wife disappeared a year & a half before the story starts, and everyone thinks he killed her. The whole family is shunned, and it's particularly rough on the kids. The son's new school teacher knew his mother, but was caught up in her own divorce when the mom disappeared, so she's a little shocked to see how angry he is. She reaches out to the boy--and of necessity to his father. And things begin to happen. The mystery of what happened to the missing woman [...]

    9. Interesting and true to real life, I didn't want to put it down until I had finished it. Although well written and I didn't guess the ending until most of the way done, it didn't make me cry or laugh so for me it rates only three stars.

    10. The only book I could find in English at the hostel I'm staying at It took me less than a day to finish it and it was ridiculous and the plot represented everything I dislike in books, but it was somewhat entertaining although it's lack of suspense.

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