The Fish and the Bird #2020

The Fish and the Bird By Laura Rae Amos The Fish and the Bird What if following your heart meant destroying the one person you promised to love forever Matt Watts wasn t ready to be alone An only child and now orphan Matt was tossed into a life that was lonely
  • Title: The Fish and the Bird
  • Author: Laura Rae Amos
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Fish and the Bird By Laura Rae Amos
    The Fish and the Bird By Laura Rae Amos What if following your heart meant destroying the one person you promised to love forever Matt Watts wasn t ready to be alone An only child, and now orphan, Matt was tossed into a life that was lonely, unfair, and impossibly dark While in that darkness, he found Leila in a bright white dress and tomato red lipstick She was all heart, life, and warmth She would be his sWhat if following your heart meant destroying the one person you promised to love forever Matt Watts wasn t ready to be alone An only child, and now orphan, Matt was tossed into a life that was lonely, unfair, and impossibly dark While in that darkness, he found Leila in a bright white dress and tomato red lipstick She was all heart, life, and warmth She would be his savior.Leila Watts has always lived by her heart But now, ten years and two kids later, Leila begins to realize that her heart only gets her into trouble Corbin Green is a wandering scholar and kindred spirit, and he reaches Leila in ways Matt never could But as Leila and Corbin s innocent new friendship quickly turns into an intense and irreplaceable bond, Leila is haunted by all of the hearts she s responsible for all the years, the tragedies, the children, the friendships, the mistakes, and the promises How does a woman find the strength it takes to live an honest life when every choice she makes is full of regret The Fish and the Bird is a story about two people who are bound by a promise and all of the other lives caught up in their wake For fans of intense literary fiction, not without some laughs, and realistic romance that reaches you all the way to your stupid, stupid heart.
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    About “Laura Rae Amos

    • Laura Rae Amos

      Laura Rae Amos is a Michigan native now living near Washington DC with her charming husband and tornado of a little boy After studying creative writing at the University of Toledo, she moved to the suburbs of Detroit to have a baby instead of an MFA She is a blogger, web fiction writer, poet, occasional musician, photographer, dabbling artisan, and all around creative distraction When not writing, she loves to read, take photos, climb mountains okay, little ones , go on road trips, play guitar, draw, and build elaborate neighborhoods for her Sims Laura writes kooky and emotional relationship dramas about people who do questionable things in bathrooms , character rich stories that are often tragic, usually witty, sometimes poignant, and a little bit crass She has nineteen books in her head and needs to learn to write faster Or else focus.Visit her at LauraRaeAmos, or chat on Twitter LauraRaeAmos.

    815 thoughts on “The Fish and the Bird

    • I finished this story a couple of weeks go, and after I completed it, I had to just sit and absorb it It s the sort of story that shifted my real life perception Leila pulls you into her head space pretty quickly Honestly, I didn t expect to have much sympathy for her, and through the story, I read her words with skepticism Leila Watts lives on a farm with her husband and two kids and has her best friend as a close neighbor extended family And then she meets someone that makes her reconsider wha [...]


    • The Fish and the Bird by Laura Rae Amos is the story of a failed marriage and recovered lives as told by three different voices his, hers and the other man Interspersed in the storyline we meet others who are affected by the changing relationships kids, neighbors, friends and family This story is believable with few surprises Three stream of conscious narrative and dialog are well written and easy to read There is no identifiable protagonist out antagonist and I personally did not like any of th [...]


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