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Reviewed by Lynette Fowlston for Readers' Favorite
The House by Anjuelle Floyd is about Anna Manning who stayed with her husband for thirty-five years, through the birth of their four children, and now all she wants is to be free...free from the years of infidelity, the years of spending weeks on end alone while her husband was out of town working and never alone. The only things that kept her going were her children and the house. Anna fights for her share of the home and her part of the money, but her husband refuses to sell. When he finally agrees, she knows something is wrong. She soon learns he is dying and only has 3-to-6 months to live. How can she leave him now? As the house draws the family back together again, all their problems from the years back emerge. Will Edward's pending death bring the family closer together or tear them further apart?
This book was really hard to put down. It has what most all readers enjoy: drama, love/ hate relationships, fears, lessons in life. Spousal and child abuse do not have to be physical; emotional abuse can cause more problems as it's rarely seen, and children take what they have seen into their adult lives. There could be no better title for this book. The House has seen and felt it all, and now for a short time, it has them all back together. This is a beautiful story, and I highly recommend it.