Book Reviews of Promise Me Forever

Promise Me Forever
Promise Me Forever
Author: Debbie Macomber
ISBN-13: 9781551660523
ISBN-10: 1551660520
Publication Date: 9/1/1995
Pages: 250
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 70 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Sloan Whittaker was resentful and mad as hell at the world. Frustrated by his slow recovery following an accident, this proud young man had chased off everyone who'd tried to help him. He was a prisoner to his bitterness-convinced he could never walk again.
Joy Nielsen had been there herself. And she understood the battle Sloan had to fight. But it was a battle she knew he could win--all he had to was start believing. As his therapist, that was all she wanted. As a woman, Joy feared that once he walked again, the love that had grown between them would be left behind.
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Sloan Whittaker was resentful - and mad as hell at the world.
Frustrated by his slow recovery following an accident, this proud, young man had chased off everyone who'd tried to help him. He was a prisioner to his bitterness - convinced he could never walk again.
Joy Nielson had been there herself.
And she understood the battle Sloan had to fight. But it was a battle she knew he could win - all he had to do was start believing. As his therapist, that was all she wanted. As a woman, Joy feared that once he walked again, the love that had grown between them would be left behind.
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This is an emotional romance story about a man who had an accident that left him serely injured. He had a slow recovery and was very bitter about things until his therapist came into his life.
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romantic. good author.
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Frustrated by his slow recovery after an accident, Sloan Whittaker had chased off everyone who'd tried to help him. He was a prisoner to his bitterness--convinced he would never walk again. Joy understood Sloan's battle, she had been there--all he had to do was start believing. As his therapist, that was all she wanted. As a woman, she feared that once he could walk--he would.
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From the book back:
Sloan Whitaker wae resentful-
and mad as hell at the world.
Frustrated by his slow recovery following an accident, this proud, young man had chased off everyone who'd tried to help him. He was a prisoner to his bitterness-convinced he could never walk again.

Joy Nielson had been there herself.
And she understood the battle Sloan had to fight. But it was a battle she knew he could win-all he had to do was start believing. As his therapist, that was all she wanted. As a woman, Joy feared that once he walked again, the love that had grown between them would be left behind.
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She'd saved his life-
had she won his heart?
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She'd saved his life - had she won his heart?
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Debbie Macomber is always an excellent read!
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SLOAN IS RESENTFUL AND MAD AT THE WORLD FOLLOWING AN ACCIDENT THAT LEFT HIM IN A WHEEL CHAIR. JOY KNOWS WHAT IT FEELS LIKE AND THINKS HE CAN WALK AGAIN IF HE JUST BELIEVES. THE BATTLE OF WILLS LEADS TO LOVE, BUT WILL IT LAST AFTER HE IS ABLE TO WALK?

GOOD BOOK!
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Great book---just a nitpik stands between it and a 10.
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"Physical therapist Joy Nielsen enjoyed the often grueling demands of her job. But working with Sloan Whittaker was the challenge of her career.

Confined to a wheelchair following an accident, the proud, young business tycoon had lost the will to walk again. Having once been there, Joy refused to play his game. Then one day he kissed her--a tender yearning kiss--and suddenly Sloan was no longer just another patient.

But Joy and Sloan lived in different worlds, and she vowed that when he walked again, she would have to walk away. Only she was not about to leave her heart behind."