Charlotte Returns - Review

Saturday, May 20, 2017

The biggest thing I took away from Charlotte Returns is that the true measure of a man is not in his physical wholeness, but in acceptance of his situation and making the most of it. Mark Steele resonated with me in a big way. His ability to forgive and move beyond his handicap makes him a star in my book. 


Charlotte is a complex character, who has done much in her life and has experienced much disappointment. However, she realizes her weaknesses, accepts herself—shortcomings and all—and is able to rise above her past and walk into what Mark is offering now. 

I enjoyed this story of two mature people who, after many years, reconnect and are able to support and love each other. Kudos to Angelia Vernon Menchan for producing another great read!

I purchased Charlotte Returns on Amazon.

3 comments:

  1. Real people are flawed - real characters need to be, too.

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    1. I love the cover! AM I the only one who chooses a book by its cover? My colleagues from admission essay service think so, however I have never been disappointed in my choice yet.

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