The River Path

The River Path An intense drama about the high cost of suspicion in a marriageDana s eyes widened in horror as she looked down at her two year old son The bruises were exactly where Matt said they were and the smud

  • Title: The River Path
  • Author: Jennie Hansen
  • ISBN: 9781577346203
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Paperback
  • An intense drama about the high cost of suspicion in a marriageDana s eyes widened in horror as she looked down at her two year old son The bruises were exactly where Matt said they were, and the smudges on his arms had darkened Slowly she lifted her eyes to meet her husband s In their depths she saw fear, misery, and accusation He blamed her Did he think she haAn intense drama about the high cost of suspicion in a marriageDana s eyes widened in horror as she looked down at her two year old son The bruises were exactly where Matt said they were, and the smudges on his arms had darkened Slowly she lifted her eyes to meet her husband s In their depths she saw fear, misery, and accusation He blamed her Did he think she hadn t watched Josh closely enough Or was it possible that he blamed her for something even unthinkable Dana and Matt Bingham never dreamed that anything could come between them Then one day Matt discovers mysterious signs of abuse Although Dana is as horrified as he is, she is called in for questioning by the police Expecting her husband to defend her, she is shattered to see the accusation in his eyes.The doctors soon make a terrifying discovery, and Josh is diagnosed with a fatal blood disorder Too late Matt realizes that even if the doctors can save his son, it appears quite certain that he has lost the only woman he has ever loved.

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    1. A different read than what i was expecting from a hansen book. You marry more than a spouse, you marry a family. In this book, loyalty and trust are questioned when a couple finish college, move back to help with the spouses family construction business , pulling away from family time and dana and Matt's 2 yr old gets frequent nose bleeds and bruises. Matt's family suspects dana of abuse due to her abusive dis functional family background. Matt loyalty waivers toward dana causing deep hurt. When [...]

    2. I don't do well with books about children with long-term medical problems. Fortunately, this part of the story was incorporated without being too hard on me emotionally.I liked the complications between Dana and her in-laws, but felt like it was cleared up too easily at the end. I also thought the other relationships didn't evolve realistically - Warner and Barbara, Barbara and Dana, Dana and her brother That being said, I was compulsively drawn to reading it!

    3. The action parts of the book were a little hard to buy into - guess things like that don't happen to people I know. I did like the things learned about communication, particularly in marriage. Some very good lessons to learn, or re-learn. Jeremy and I read this together, and it was nice to be able to discuss as we read.

    4. This sure makes you think about how you judge people. Our own ideas and perceptions are often wrong. Do we have the ability to see things from someone else's perspective? This book deals with misjudging people based on our feelings and experiences. Can be an eye opener.

    5. This is sort of intense, not as much as Abandoned, bu t more so than any of her other books I've read. It still kept my interest though and it was interesting to see how relationships evolved throughout the book.

    6. Matt and Dana's young son is sick and Matt thinks its Dana's fault. They soon find out he has leukemia, and they have to find some way to move past their hurt to work together to help their baby. Dana is a superstar, a real character who has to forgive. Great story, very realistic!

    7. Wasn't the BEST book ever - but it really made me think about my relationships with people and how I always assumed if we didn't get along it was their problem not mine, but now I see - I may need to take a second look.

    8. I really love Jennie Hansen and her writing. This book was a good one, but didn't pull me in like some of her others. Still worth the read though.

    9. This was not my favorite Jennie Hansen book. It was a lot about relationships and misunderstandings. I am not a big fan of books about children who are seriously ill.

    10. Wow! As a member of the LDS Church, this story was a reminder that we should live the way the Savior lived. Sometimes our priorities and judgments get in the way.

    11. My mom and I both remember this book to this day because the main character is so realistic. So many LDS romances are about perfect people. This one wasn't.

    12. The storyline here was predictable but fairly good. I was bugged by a couple of thing, especially towards the end when the main characters parents right in the middle of this whole scenario when we don't know what wrong and if the child will live or die, decide to go take a few days for themselves to work on their own relationship. SERIOUSLY?! I mean their grandson is DYING. I guess there wasn't much to do so better go concentrate on ourselves rather than support our son. I did like how thought [...]

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