Review Julia Fairchild By Louise Gaylord

Review Julia Fairchild By Louise Gaylord

Review: Julia Fairchild By Louise Gaylord
Julia Fairchild is​ a​ clinical psychologist .​
Mackenzie Brantley Jr .​
is​ a​ physician .​
He knew they were meant to​ be together from the moment they met .​
Despite vast differences in​ their childhoods, they seem destined for a​ fairytale life; then along came the storm .​

Both Julia and Mac were hit by lightning .​
Julia was taken to​ a​ hospital in​ Albuquerque where she meets Dr .​
Steven Duke .​
Steve has always been a​ rival of​ Mac .​
No friendship is​ lost between them .​
When Steve meets Julia, he wishes he’d met her first.
Mac told Julia little about his family .​
The family is​ shocked by the resemblance between Julia and Selma, Mac’s mother .​
It doesn’t take long for Julia to​ realize that this is​ a​ family with secrets .​
Mac’s past live-in, Emaline Pierce, is​ determined to​ win Mac back .​
It’s not him she wants, it’s the family pecan grove, The Red Stone Grove, and his older brother .​
She’ll do whatever it​ takes to​ get what she wants .​

The lives of​ the Brantley and Pierce’s are interwoven with dark, deadly secrets, secrets that could destroy both families.
Julia Fairchild by Louise Gaylord is​ one of​ those books that you won’t put down until you read every word on every page .​
Ms .​
Gaylord has woven a​ tale of​ betrayal, murder and passion .​
The characters have depth .​

Reading this book is​ like looking in​ a​ window and watching the lives of​ the characters unfold before you .​
Julia and Mac are two of​ the most complex characters I’ve ever read about .​
They are not perfect, far from it .​
They have their quirks and each makes mistakes .​
Dolores and Frank as​ supporting characters were fascinating .​

It was easy to​ feel Dolores’ bitter anger over Frank’s betrayal .​
Frank wasn’t the most likable sort, but he was real .​
This is​ one of​ the best books I’ve read in​ years .​
Well done Ms .​
Gaylord .​
It is​ with great honor that I​ recommend Julia Fairchild to​ those who enjoy fiction and a​ really good drama.
Reviewed by Debra Gaynor for Reader Views

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