Silk and Stone

Silk and Stone He was home from prison Ten years compressed in the nerve racking space of a few seconds This tall broad shouldered stranger was her husband Every memory she had of his appearance was there stamped

  • Title: Silk and Stone
  • Author: Deborah Smith
  • ISBN: 9780553296891
  • Page: 434
  • Format: ebook
  • He was home from prison.Ten years compressed in the nerve racking space of a few seconds.This tall, broad shouldered stranger was her husband Every memory she had of his appearance was there, stamped with a brutal decade of maturity, but there Except for the look in his eyes Nothing had ever been bleak and hard about him before He stared at her with an intensity that cHe was home from prison.Ten years compressed in the nerve racking space of a few seconds.This tall, broad shouldered stranger was her husband Every memory she had of his appearance was there, stamped with a brutal decade of maturity, but there Except for the look in his eyes Nothing had ever been bleak and hard about him before He stared at her with an intensity that could have burned her shadow on the floor.Words were hopeless, but all that they had Welcome back, she said Then, brokenly, Jake He took a deep breath, as if a shiver had run through him He closed the doors without ever taking his eyes off her Then he was at her in two long steps, grasping her by the shoulders, lifting her to her toes I trained myself not to think about you, he said, his voice a raw whisper Because if I had, I would have lost my mind I never deserted you I wanted to be a part of your life, but you wouldn t let me Will you please try, now Do you still have it he asked.Anger Defeat The hoarse sound she made contained both Yes He released her Good That s all that matters Sam turned away, tears coming helplessly After all these years, there was still only one thing he wanted from her, and it was the one thing she hated, a symbol of pride and obsession she would never understand, a blood red stone that had controlled the lives of too many people already, including theirs.The Pandora ruby.Deborah Smith is the NYT bestselling author of A Place To Call Home and the Kindle No 1 bestselling author of The Crossroads Caf Learn about her books at BellBridgeBooks.

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    1 thought on “Silk and Stone”

    1. Interesting story. It has a nice plot and isn't just a bodice-ripper. It's about how a stone tore two families apart. It has ups and downs and is just a very interesting tale. A nice read if you prefer your romance novels to build and give a little more story than just the romance part.

    2. This was such a fun book and reminded me a little of Summers at Castle Auburn in the fact that you got to grow up with the characters. I didn't think it gave enough of an ending but I'll still be owning this one!

    3. Definitely one of my favorites. Not your typical run of the mill romance novel. Well plotted, well written and heart wrenching.

    4. Amidst suspense and a second chance to love, Jake and Sam must find common ground and a hearts love . Good characters and plot. Enjoy this author's books. Ebook from net galley and publishers with thanks. Opinions are entirely my own.

    5. Love!A love that grows and grows through the years despite everything that seems to get in the way!Great book! Must Read!

    6. 4.5 stars This is a sweeping love story that spans decades. In Pandora, North Carolina, the Cherokee and mountain people are mainly overlooked by the outside world and that’s the way they like it. The Ravenclaws, a Cherokee family with a special connection to the mountain, are able to find things, like gems and people. The Vanderveers are the royalty of the mountain and treat everyone with respect. Then Alexandra enters the picture and causes an irreparable rift between these two family and ch [...]

    7. Mais um romance muito bom da autora, a relação entre a Sam e o Jake apear dos altos e baixos nota-se que é algo profundo e que atravessa uma vida inteira desde a infância à vida adulta e a autora consegue fazer com que nós odiemos a tia dela, a Alexandrais não digo!Por tudo isso e muito maiscomendo vivamente a leitura deste livro!

    8. Deborah Smith is such THE storyteller.This wasn't one of my favorites but it was one of her earlier works. As always, her characterization is spot on as is the story. Is she formulaic? Well, of course. Who isn't?If you love a great story that takes you right there, please try Deborah Smith.

    9. What is it about Ms. Smith? Yet another book where families are from different socioeconomic classes. Vanderveer and Raincrow are the ones who have star crossed lovers. Not as moving for me as some of her other books.

    10. This is a soap opera "brain candy" book. It is long and convoluted covering a 30 year period. I read it for a book club and my biggest issue is I don't feel like I gained or learned anything from it. I would say the author is a good writer though.

    11. I really liked this book, but the overall feeling I get when I think about it is sadness. The story was very tragic, and the characters suffered for so long. At least it ended happily.

    12. "Gifted" Native American boy and white girl from "money", NC. It's been a while since I read this, but I know I really enjoyed it.

    13. it was one of those books that was not terribly well written and had a few too many "tempestuous and tumultuous" parts for my taste, but it was highly entertaining and i enjoyed reading it.

    14. I liked this book alot. t was a good one to read after twilight, it has a patterning. . . like jacob. But an entirely different story.

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