UdeJude Deveraux and Tara Sheets “Life Change”

1844 In Ireland and Liam O’Connor, the focus is on plundering the rich and charming road into women’s beds. But then he met the abusive daughter Cora McLeod, a meeting that would change the fate of both of them. Cora was engaged to Finn Walsh, and when Lama fell in love, the engagement broke down. This was contrary to the plans of the world of angels for destiny, and since then things have never been so. Cora’s life ended in tragedy with each of her lives, and Liam’s soul hangs in her hair.

Fast forward almost two hundred years later to Providence, North Carolina. Liam got a second chance for the angels to force Cora to fall in love with Finn. A task that would be a challenge because Liam’s love for Corai didn’t fade over time. But by failing in his task, his soul risked forever condemnation.

“Change of Life” was said in two terms, and most of the story took place in the present. I liked both terms. Liam has the same personality in both periods, but Cora was different. She was no longer that sincere young lady that Lam had known from her years in Ireland. She was now an unconscious police officer who did not want anyone to influence her decisions.

I had fun watching Liam try to navigate the modern world where he was a police officer and Cora’s partner. The current time zone contains Liam’s friends and acquaintances from the past. He remembers each of them, but they don’t remember him. They played different roles in both time slots. The ever-present angels watch his every move to make sure he follows the plan.

We also need to tackle murder. I’m not sure what that has to do with history in general. We hope that the second book will provide more information on this issue. Not everyone will be happy with the end, which has left the overall arc of history unresolved. Again, I hope the second book will provide the answers.

The story

It was my first experience with Susan Bennett, and she did a great story. She involved me in the story of how she brought the characters to life. She captured their emotions and I liked the authenticity of her Irish accent.

Conclusion / Recommendation

Overall, I thought Chance of a Lifetime was a great introduction to the Providence Fall series. A fun reading that will keep you entertained.

About Jude Deveraux


Jude Gilliam was born in 1947. September 20 Fairdale, Kentucky. She has a large family and is the older sister of four brothers. She attended Murray State University and earned a degree in art. In 1967, Judas married and took her husband’s surname White, but four years later they divorced. For many years she worked as a 5th grade teacher. She started writing in 1976. And published his first book, The Enchanted Land (1977), entitled Jude Deveraux. After publishing her first novel, she resigned as a teacher. She is now the author of 31 New York Times bestsellers. Jude has won the hearts of readers with the epic Velvet series, which revolves around the lives of the invincible men of the Montgomery family. The early books of Judah are laid out mainly in 15th and 16th century England; in them her fierce, passionate characters find themselves between blood rages and wars. Her heroines are equally gloomy – medieval Scarlett O’Hare, who often underestimates the men who will eventually win them over. Sure, they are fighters, but they are also beauties who are concerned about survival and family preservation. Jude also withdrew from his environment and the results were mixed. Her James River trilogy (River Lady, Lost Lady, and Counterfeit Lady) takes place mostly in America after the revolution; the popular, softer-edged Fire Twin / Ice Twin moves into the 19th century. Colorado and introduces another clan clan – Taggerts. Deveraux manages to create a strong and compelling atmosphere for each of her books, but her dialogue and characters are as familiar as contemporary soap opera. “I seem to be able to do everything from historical things,” Jude once said in an interview, referring to the 1982 experiment in modern fiction that has now ended. Casa Grande. “I don’t want to write family tales or occult books and I’m not going to try to ruin the modern market again. However, Judy later experimented with modern novels such as the Mild Flood (her first murder caper), the contemporary story of women’s friendship, The Summer House, and the time-traveling knight The Shining Armor. In fact, in 2002 The Mulberry Tree Deveraux seems to be increasingly comfortable building stories in the present, which is good because the fans she won with her history books want to follow her in the future. Jude married Claude White, with whom he later divorced in 1993. Around the same time, she met Mohammed Montassir, with whom he had a son, Sam Alexander Montassiro. 2005 October 6 Sam died at the age of eight. motorcycle accident. Jude lived in several countries and all over the United States. She currently lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, and has additional homes in the medieval town of Badolato, Italy.

About Tara Sheets

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Tara Sheets is the author of USA Today’s best-selling novels and women’s fiction. Her debut novel Don’t call me a cupcake received the 2016 Golden Heart, sponsored by American novelists. This is the first book in the award-winning book Holloway girls series. Tara began her career as an author in the Northwest Pacific, inspired by rain and misty mountains and Starbucks coffee rivers. She now lives in a warm, beautiful south where she can stand outside without a coat, and it also looks inspiring. When she doesn’t write, Tara enjoys life with her book-loving family and a book-eating dog named Merlin. She is represented by Sarah Phair of Sanford J. Greenburger Associates.

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