One year ago, I buried my husband.
One year ago, I held his hand and said goodbye.
Now I spend most of my days lost somewhere between trying to remember every smallest detail of our lives, and trying to forget it all. I fill my hours with work until I’m too exhausted to remember him, to feel anything at all.
One year, 365 days—and then one knock at my door changes everything. A letter from him, a last request, a secret will:
My dearest Nadia,
Trust me, my love. One last time, trust me. Sometimes the epilogue to one story is the beginning of another.
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Pain comes in many forms. For Nadia Bell – the reality that her life is about to be turned upside down came at a cost. There was never enough time, and Nadia is drowning in the fact that the future she had planned will be no more. As grief leaves the new widow paralyzed, the reality of just how prepared her husband was for the inevitable is staggering. Life must go on, but what happens when you are ‘stuck’ in the pain??
After a year of going through the motions in life, exhausting herself through endless hours on the job, Nadia discovers her husband has one more task lying in wait. A gift that would change the way that Nadia worked through her grief. A chance to work through the crippling heartache and see the light once more.
Following that one last request would lead Nadia on a quest for more than reprieve from her grief. What Nadia didn’t realize was the hand that her husband led to help Nadia find a way to happiness once more.
The Cabin is the latest release from Jasinda Wilder and it is one heck of a tearjerker. Let me start by saying I went into this story blind. Why? I have found it allows me to find more depth in a story if I have no preconceived notions. What I found was a story that pulled at my heart. I almost lost my husband a few years ago. Watching him code on the table was an experience I will never forget. Often – I find myself thinking of the ‘what ifs’ when his health is once again at the forefront. So, the heartache in this story touched me deeply.
The journey through Nadia’s heartache was poignant and left me wondering what would transpire next. It was a remarkable look at ‘moving on’ after loss. There came a point in the story that I felt things became rushed. Once Nadia learned what Adrian had planned, the story seemed to take on a rushed dynamic. In a way – I felt robbed of all the nuances that the previous 75% of the book had delivered. Still – I found this story one that was as unique as the plan that Adrian had lying in wait at the cabin. Get ready for a roller coaster of a ride on the journey to The Cabin.
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