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Send Down the Rain

Allie's second husband is killed tragically when his 18-wheeler crashes into the rocks near their home in Cape San Blas--the tanker was full of fuel and the explosion could be seen on overhead satellites. She'd already lost the beloved waterfront restaurant her parents started and now losing her husband, no matter how unfulfilling their marriage was, might just push her over the edge.Joseph's time in Vietnam left him with scars that never seemed to heal. No matter how he's tried to love or what he's tried to do since then, he can't pull himself out of the wreckage of his former life. His trust and security shaken, he isolates himself in a cabin. But every morning, he faithfully pours two cups of coffee, drinking his while he sits with the second, and then pouring out the full cup.It's no small coincidence that Joseph found a mother and her two young children lost in the woods near his cabin. Or that when he helps them return to family in Florida, he's near enough to see that explosion....

Title : Send Down the Rain
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ISBN : 9780718084769
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 352 pages
Status : Available For Download
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Send Down the Rain Reviews

  • Jill

    4 stars

    Allie and Joseph were childhood sweethearts whose lives were interrupted when Joseph was sent to Vietnam. Allie has had two disastrous marriages and a failed business. Joseph suffers from severe PTSD after four tours of duty in Vietnam. His life is one of pain, feelings of unworthiness for being alive, helping others and forgiveness.

    There is so much good about this book starting from the first page, you are drawn into the story as Martin, once again begins to weave his tale of lives fille
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  • Sarah Grace

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  • Cynthia

    Send Down the Rain is not a comfortable reading experience. I’m sure Martin meant this purposefully. War is not simple topic but i believe that while the Civil War is still an open wound for America likewise Vietnam is still festering and unresolved and this is the territory Martin explores. He mixes in the messiness of human relationships in the form of family dynamics and love between men and woman. It’s a perfect storm of angst.

    These are all grave issues but I each time I reached for another
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  • ☆Dani☆ ☆Touch My Spine Book Reviews☆

    While finishing this story, I had tears in my eyes. This story was filled with passion, romance and hope for second chances. The characterization was top of the line and it had such unique characteristics that forces you to keep scrolling/turning pages to have more. Mystery, romance, passion, drama and intensity brought together brings you Send Down the Rain by Charles Martin.

    I want to thank NetGalley for providing me with an eARC in exchange for an honest review. I appreciate this opportunity a
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  • Judy

    Charles Martin has crafted a beautiful story of sacrifice, forgiveness, love and redemption. He is becoming one of my favorite authors very quickly. I've only read this one and The Mountain Between Us, but both have been exceptional reads for me.

    This story is about two brothers, Joseph and Bobby, whose father left their family when they were under ten years old. Their mother raised them as best she could. Joseph went off to Vietnam while Bobby ended up becoming a Senator. There is a secret burie
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  • Nora St Laurent

    Send Down the Rain is one of this authors’ best. I was hooked to this story from the first start, “Witnesses say the phone call occurred around seven p.m. and the exchange was heated.” This story is engaging, heart-felt filled with twists, turns and surprises.

    I was captivated by the richness of the characters development, depth of human emotions, all of which quickly swept me into the novel and. I couldn’t put it down. This author is an exceptional story teller. I recommend this for book club. T
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  • Cheri

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    ”It don't feel right, but it's not wrong.

    It's just hard to start again this far along.

    Brick by brick, the letting go,

    As you walk away from everything you know

    When you release resistance

    And you lean into the wind,

    Till the roof begins to crumble,

    And the rain comes pourin' in,

    And you sit there in the rubble,

    Till the rubble feels like home

    That's how you learn to live alone

    That's how you learn to live alone

    That's how you learn to live alone”


    How You Learn to Live Alone , Jonatha
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  • Aimee

    4.5/5 so good. So fantastic. I loved it. I loved the characters. I loved the fight against evil and just being a good person.