Harmony to Heartburn

Harmony to Heartburn It s safe to say Anna s path to wedded bliss was strewn with craziness so the last three years of relative tranquility have been a welcome diversion As she and Kiran embark on their new journey toget

  • Title: Harmony to Heartburn
  • Author: Shelly Hickman
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  • Page: 466
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  • It s safe to say Anna s path to wedded bliss was strewn with craziness, so the last three years of relative tranquility have been a welcome diversion As she and Kiran embark on their new journey together, Anna s hopes are high However, family issues come bubbling to the surface.First, her parents marriage is falling apart After than fifty years together, they re bIt s safe to say Anna s path to wedded bliss was strewn with craziness, so the last three years of relative tranquility have been a welcome diversion As she and Kiran embark on their new journey together, Anna s hopes are high However, family issues come bubbling to the surface.First, her parents marriage is falling apart After than fifty years together, they re bickering like kids and decide to take a break And when her father moves in with Kiran s cousin, Anna worries about her dad s increasing impetuous behavior.Then there s Luke Anna s ex husband His long term relationship has hit a rocky patch and he s struggling to cope As Luke turns to Anna for emotional support, Kiran is reluctant to express his own growing anxieties When a huge misunderstanding arises, can harmony be restored

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    1. Sarah Mitchell

      Reading ‘book 3’ of a series when I’ve not read books 1 or 2 tends to make me worry that I’m going to be missing something – that I’m not going to understand the characters or the storyline. With Harmony to Heartburn, I’m glad I took the decision to jump right in.Basically, Harmony to Heartburn is a very viable standalone book as the characters are well introduced and you still get the depth from their development that is sometimes missing if an author assumes you’ve read the ear [...]

    2. P. Reads

      'Silence is golden!' they say.Well, not always. And especially not in any relationship. Anna would definitely agreed with me. When everything looked like settled, troubles start to hunt Anna. First she learns her parents are splitting up. As if that would not be enough Luke's (Anna's ex gay husband and dear friend) long-term relationship goes down the road. And to top everything - Kiran still totally without his self confidence when it comes his relationships - tries to cope and almost Well, you [...]

    3. Margaret Watkins

      Something different, Harmony to Heartburn takes the reader on a journey through the realities of family life. As with every family, there are ups and downs. There are the parents who bicker and argue all the time, and the ex-husband and his same sex partner. Each of them has problems. Anna is somewhat caught in the middle as the family "ear" and the one who consoles, while Kiran fights his old insecurities. There is a tenderness and gentleness that runs through the narrative that has the reader [...]

    4. Alex Jo

      This book proves that love lasts forever if it is strong enough, we see problems that every human being passes from at one point of other life. One thing that I loved is that the author included a gay character in the story making it more inclusive to different groups of people and to honest I don’t read the books in the series but as a standalone is still pretty good. "I received a copy of this book from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily review this book. This is my honest review."

    5. InD'tale Magazine

      Shelly Hickman takes every day family happenings and turns them into a delightful story! Read full review in the 2016 July/August issue of InD'tale Magazine.

    6. Laura Reading

      Audiences who enjoy contemporary television shows such as Will and Grace, Frankie and Grace, Life In Pieces, and similar realistic family dramas will appreciate this author. She recognizes that as much as everyone may wish for a "normal" family or envisions a perfect life, the best anyone of us can do is deal with what life throws at us. Love comes in unlimited forms. Peace is not everlasting. Life works best when we learn to accept the ups and downs and share support.

    7. Alice Marks Ripperger

      Three very different lives forever entwined by fate.The characters created in this series are complex, but they quickly find a soft place in your heart. I read all three books back to back. Their tangled lives are anything but simple. It's difficult to imagine the circumstances they find themselves in, but kindness and love carries the day. Who ever said "Nice guys finish last" hasn't met Karin and Anna.

    8. Misty

      Anna was a well written character with a personality that just made her a great character. It was Anna that kept me interested in the story as I felt compelled to keep reading to find out what was going to happen with her. The story itself was well written and I personally found it to be a decent bedtime reading book as I was able to read it in chapters without feeling compelled to read the entire book in one sitting.

    9. Nina

      I was in the mood for a fun chick lit when I saw this cover. What I got was a dark-ish drama with poor Anna surrounded by family members who didn't want to sleep in the bed they had made for themselves. Been there, lived that. Which is likely why I finished the book. I just had to see how Anna fared. In the end, I can say I enjoyed it. :-) I received this book from eBook Discovery. This is my honest review, which I voluntarily post.

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