To Love Again The Powerful Sequel to Return to Love After years of separation Colin and Janna finally have what they ve always wanted an eternal marriage They begin building a happy future with their son Matthew

  • Title: To Love Again
  • Author: Anita Stansfield
  • ISBN: 9781577342601
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Powerful Sequel to Return to Love After years of separation, Colin and Janna finally have what they ve always wanted an eternal marriage They begin building a happy future with their son, Matthew, and soon welcome two infant daughters into their home Life couldn t be better until the ghosts of Janna s tortured past threaten to tear this tender family apart In aThe Powerful Sequel to Return to Love After years of separation, Colin and Janna finally have what they ve always wanted an eternal marriage They begin building a happy future with their son, Matthew, and soon welcome two infant daughters into their home Life couldn t be better until the ghosts of Janna s tortured past threaten to tear this tender family apart In a single blinding moment of pain, her life begins a downward spiral that threatens the very foundation of their marriage Suddenly, everything in their lives has gone terribly wrong Can anything save them In this powerful novel of struggle and redemption, Anita Stansfield explores the devastating consequences of sin and abuse Colin and Janna, battling their own personal demons, must prove to themselves and to each other that their love can transcend human frailty and emerge purer, refined, and stronger than ever Their gripping story will renew your faith in the resilience of the human spirit and in the reality of happy endings

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    About “Anita Stansfield

    1. Anita Stansfield says:

      Anita Stansfield, the LDS market s 1 best selling romance novelist, is an imaginative and prolific writer whose romantic stories have captivated her readers With sales approaching a half million, Anita Stansfield has clearly found a niche in this market, said Nicole Martin, Publicist for Covenant Communications Her popularity stems from her ability to empathize with and write about the issues that LDS women deal with on a daily basis I always write for women like me It s through my interaction with other women that I ve found there are some personal and emotional struggles that are typical, said Anita Stansfield I hope my writing makes women feel better about themselves and shows them these real problems can be solved through gospel principles.



    2 thoughts on “To Love Again

    1. This was an especially hard book for me to read. It brought out a lot of unwanted feelings/emotions. In a way it may have been good for me to read and I realize that I still have quite a ways to go dealing with a few un worked on feelings. It amazes me that after such deep hurt, forgivness is always possible.

    2. This book is the sequel to "Return to Love." The story literally broke my heart. I sat in shock and had tears in my eyes as I read about Janna's and Colin's choices and the way they reacted to the horrible drama in their life. Anita Stansfield has a way of putting you into the events as through they were happening to you. I was enthralled with the characters because of the first book. I didn't expect their lives to take the turn it did in the second book. I learned a lot from Sean O'Hara and the [...]

    3. A depressing subject handled in a decent way. I can see that the author is using "relationship fiction" as a means to address therapeutic topics for abuse and forgiveness. I hope that at least those who read this series will see the need to help those in these circumstances to get the counseling that they need. I gave it 2 stars because it is depressing, so I just couldn't give it three. However, I feel this book can be healing for people that have been through similar things and might recommend [...]

    4. I enjoyed reading the book. But was taken back by the choices that some can make when without the spirit. I found this book to be somewhat therapeutic (sp?) for me. It talks about the fact that sometimes bad things happen to good people, but that marriage is something important enough to work for and to overcome problems, to achieve the deserved happiness that we each seek for. Of course, weaved into LDS principles and beliefs in making our choices and that everyone is loved by our Heavenly Pare [...]

    5. Not my favorite book in the world I swear, if Janna's house was burned to a crisp and then all of her surviving possessions were burned in a fire and everyone died except her and Colin who stabbed each other in the back several times with various methods of maliciousness, their love would still thrive. There's only so much endless, eternal cheesiness in the face of endless, eternal torment I can take.

    6. This is the book that turned me off forever to Anita Stansfield. This book is full of grocery store romance drama that made me sick. After I read the sickeningly detailed adultery scenes, I couldn't finish the book. I have enjoyed other Stanfield books, but after trying this one, I gave up on her permanently.

    7. The only thing about Anita Stansfield books, is the slow starts. I'm also starting to see a trend where she victimizes her characters. What I loved about this novel was watching Janna grow and heal from years of abuse. I was shocked and concerned about some of the choices the characters made. I like how the story is easy to relate to and easily pictured. She is one of my favorite authors.

    8. The last 50 pages of this book is the best part. From the beginning to the last 50 pages, the situation in the marriage gets bad, and then it gets worse, and then it gets even more worse. But it is all very worth it for the last pages when it finally gets better and better.

    9. So I just started reading this book yesterday and I don't totally love it because I have cried the whole book but I can't put it down. If I wasn't at work right now I would probably be done with it already!

    10. This is probably the first and last time you will ever hear me say this about a book, but I hated it. Hated, hated, hated. I never even want to think about it againw that i've gotten that out I feel better.

    11. Kind of an emotional roller coaster but in a good way, It really gave me a new perspective of what lack of communication can cause. Good book, it would seem I don't have anything bad to say about any of her books that I have read so far.

    12. Yes, this book has (gasp) ADULTERY in it!!! With an honest and forthright look at the consequences of sin and the painstaking steps of forgiveness this is one of Anita Stansfield's most powerful books. Wish she still wrote like this

    13. This sequel was harder for me to read than the first. It was so emotional and I hated that Colin cheated on Jana. She was so depressed beforehand and it was just sad. I liked how they worked things out and it had a happy ending.

    14. I love how Anita Stansfield goes into such a thorough description of how the characters are feeling and struggling. When I'm finished with the book, I feel like I know someone who went through what the characters went through.

    15. The powerful sequel to Return to Love. This is a powerful novel of struggle and redemption. It explores the devastating consequences of sin and abuse. Colin and Jenna's gripping story will renew your faith in the resilience of the human spirit- and the reality of happy endings.

    16. This book again was a little frustrating with some of the characters. At times you feel like "okay just move on" but the story as a whole is good. I enjoy how the characters in each book are conected and you never know when someone from one of the other books is going to turn up.

    17. This book was a sequel to the book Return to Love. I liked the book, and it had a good happy ending. However, most of the book was heartache. But at least it had the happy ending.

    18. This is the second book in the Trevor Family Saga. Again I enjoyed reading them, but was super frustrated at the characters choices and thoughts.

    19. I really didn't like this one as much as others. I feel that if you are living the gospel this would never happen.

    20. Just when you think Janna has delt with all her skeletons in her closet, we're wronga moving book that looks at mistakes, repentance and forgiveness!!! Great READ!!!

    21. This was sad and I really hated Colin in this book, but the book wouldn't exist if Colin didn't make the choices he did, so I guess I really liked it! It was a good sequel to "Return to Love"

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