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From the first moment he saw Diane, dancing in another man's arms, Burt Carlisle knew she was the woman for him. The handsome and charismatic attorney swept the young and innocent Diane off her feet. After a fiery romance led to an unplanned pregnancy they married, settling into what seemed like the perfect life. Now it's twenty years later. Their only child is in college, From the first moment he saw Diane, dancing in another man's arms, Burt Carlisle knew she was the woman for him. The handsome and charismatic attorney swept the young and innocent Diane off her feet. After a fiery romance led to an unplanned pregnancy they married, settling into what seemed like the perfect life. Now it's twenty years later. Their only child is in college, Burt's career is at an all time high, and he's still as deeply in love with his wife as ever. But he's far from the model husband and after years of feeling second to Burt's career, Diane has become restless. With the passage of time she not only lost her confidence, she lost her sense of self, her independence, and the ardent feelings that she once had for her husband. When Diane announces that she has to return to their hometown to take care of her elderly aunt, Burt is supportive. But when he hears that she's taken a job there and that her old flame is in town, he suddenly realizes that he could very well lose the woman he adores unless he is willing to fight for her. Starting Over is a compelling story about a couple lucky enough to have found one another in their youth and smart enough to go in search of themselves as adults. As always, Barri Bryan does a fabulous job of capturing the love and the desire: the desire to rekindle faith in one's self and the passion in one's marriage, the desire to admit what's gone wrong and to make changes, and the desire to simply commit to Starting Over.


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From the first moment he saw Diane, dancing in another man's arms, Burt Carlisle knew she was the woman for him. The handsome and charismatic attorney swept the young and innocent Diane off her feet. After a fiery romance led to an unplanned pregnancy they married, settling into what seemed like the perfect life. Now it's twenty years later. Their only child is in college, From the first moment he saw Diane, dancing in another man's arms, Burt Carlisle knew she was the woman for him. The handsome and charismatic attorney swept the young and innocent Diane off her feet. After a fiery romance led to an unplanned pregnancy they married, settling into what seemed like the perfect life. Now it's twenty years later. Their only child is in college, Burt's career is at an all time high, and he's still as deeply in love with his wife as ever. But he's far from the model husband and after years of feeling second to Burt's career, Diane has become restless. With the passage of time she not only lost her confidence, she lost her sense of self, her independence, and the ardent feelings that she once had for her husband. When Diane announces that she has to return to their hometown to take care of her elderly aunt, Burt is supportive. But when he hears that she's taken a job there and that her old flame is in town, he suddenly realizes that he could very well lose the woman he adores unless he is willing to fight for her. Starting Over is a compelling story about a couple lucky enough to have found one another in their youth and smart enough to go in search of themselves as adults. As always, Barri Bryan does a fabulous job of capturing the love and the desire: the desire to rekindle faith in one's self and the passion in one's marriage, the desire to admit what's gone wrong and to make changes, and the desire to simply commit to Starting Over.

8 review for Starting Over

  1. 4 out of 5

    Marisa

    Omg you didn't. Really this was a bad attempt of modern day family saga, but it failed as it felt Victorian, there was no real character building. I'm unable to deliver a fair review, as I was unable to read all the way to the end on this one. I'm sorry to Netgalley and the publisher for allowing and ARC's to go out for honest review on this read. This should be no stars but just because it was on Netgalley I'd give one star. Omg you didn't. Really this was a bad attempt of modern day family saga, but it failed as it felt Victorian, there was no real character building. I'm unable to deliver a fair review, as I was unable to read all the way to the end on this one. I'm sorry to Netgalley and the publisher for allowing and ARC's to go out for honest review on this read. This should be no stars but just because it was on Netgalley I'd give one star.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Martha

    (eTreasures Release) A mature, second chance at reviving an estranged marriage.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Natshane

  4. 4 out of 5

    Krishni

  5. 4 out of 5

    miyoko

  6. 5 out of 5

    Pang

  7. 4 out of 5

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  8. 5 out of 5

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