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Intertwined Abandoned by hubby for another woman Tammy Kuhn an organ procurement coordinator finds herself in an altercation with a doctor Now she is fighting to keep her job and her sanity when one late night

  • Title: Intertwined
  • Author: Jennifer Slattery
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  • Page: 218
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  • Abandoned by hubby for another woman, Tammy Kuhn, an organ procurement coordinator finds herself in an altercation with a doctor Now she is fighting to keep her job and her sanity when one late night she encounters an old flame facing an unthinkable tragedy Because they both find eternal purposes in every event and encounter, they soon discover their lives are intertwineAbandoned by hubby for another woman, Tammy Kuhn, an organ procurement coordinator finds herself in an altercation with a doctor Now she is fighting to keep her job and her sanity when one late night she encounters an old flame facing an unthinkable tragedy Because they both find eternal purposes in every event and encounter, they soon discover their lives are intertwined but the ICU is no place for romance.or is it This could this be where life begins again.

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    1. Mikal Dawn on said:

      Jennifer Slattery has done a fabulous job in her third book. Both main characters, Tammy and Nick have both been left by their spouses and are dealing with their grief and bitterness--and another crisis--when they come face-to-face years after the end of their teenage romance. As a former single parent, I can completely identify with Tammy's feelings and actions. She's a 3D character. She's stubborn, pulled in too many directions, bitter, and all around messy. But the one thing she has that she [...]

    2. Deanna Stevens on said:

      If you want an emotion pulling, heart touching Christian, contemporary romance this is it! Intertwined is a story of a women who's title is an 'organ procurement coordinator.' This topic of organ donation is a tough one and Ms. Slattery handles it with grace and compassion. This story touched me and took me into life situations I was not, until now, so aware of Life, death and how it's dealt with I liked how it was told through this Christian employee's eyes. This book will leave an impression o [...]

    3. Kym McNabney on said:

      INTERTWINED: A CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE NOVEL by JENNIFER SLATTERY caught me off guard. Not the typically genre I read, the last thing I expected was to be captivated by so many aspect of this wonderful book.Tammy Kuhn is a single mom, struggling to deal with the bitterness of a hurtful divorce. Her job is demanding of her time, making it difficult to find a good sitter for her kids. Believing in what she is doing for others, Tammy continues to seek childcare as she works on call.Nick Zimmerman is a [...]

    4. Dawn on said:

      Tammy Kuhn is an organ procurement specialist. She is very outspoken about her faith and that has led to her being under scrutiny by her supervisor. She's also a single mom trying to make her children the best life possible when their father doesn't seem to care about them. Nick Zimmerman also has his own custody battles going on. His ex-wife refuses to let him have their sons on their agreed upon visits. Yet when she needs him to keep the boys while she goes on vacation, Nick is thrilled to hav [...]

    5. Kav on said:

      Slattery sure knows how to put the real into realistic fiction. This book packs more than one emotional wallop that left me gasping for breath a time or two. And spitting-nails mad. My tummy was tied in knots the whole read. A gritty novel that explores some pretty harsh realities. But the story isn't without hope and the author does an exceptional job of sharing the power of Christ's redeeming love. Never preachy, there is still a relentless witness woven into every scene. And what I really lov [...]

    6. Shannon Vannatter on said:

      I loved this book and was fully invested in Tammy and Nick from the beginning. The emotional punch this story packs left me breathless. But even though these characters face the hard stuff that none of us want to, they still get to be happy in the end. I appreciated the author's willingness to show that some marriages aren't repairable after adultery, instead of the pat forgive and start over so many Christian books employ. Yes forgiveness is necessary, but forgiveness doesn't always fix everyth [...]

    7. Robin on said:

      This is a gripping story about the heartbreak of divorce with children involved. So well written, I felt as though I was a fly on the wall hearing and seeiing what this new life was all about. I found it very difficult to put down and do my own stuff. Characters were well fleshed out. Loved the resolution. Highly recommend. I was given a copy in exchange for an honest review.

    8. Melanie on said:

      This is a great contemporary romance that will leave you longing for more from Tammy and Nick. Jennifer Slattery has done a great job with this one and I will be looking for more from her for sure!Tammy works as an organ procurement specialist and is faced with life and death all the time. Tammy is very outspoken about her faith and her trust in Jesus which has caused her to come under scrutiny from her boss. Although Tammy knows that she is going to have to watch what she says. it is not going [...]

    9. Jeanie Jacobson on said:

      Jennifer Slattery has written another winning novel. I appreciate the realistic stresses the protagonists face, and how the characters grow because of it. The book has strong romantic elements, but it offers much more depth that a simplistic boy-meets-girl novel. I truly enjoyed the book's clean language and faith-based slant.

    10. Jeanie on said:

      ‘Intertwined’ is a challenging, yet satisfying read about two broken families in which one of each of the parents believes in Jesus in spite of the crises faced. It is about depth of character and spiritual lessons which make this powerful book one that should not be missed. This seasoned author, includes excellent descriptive prose, realistic conversation, and real life challenges.Tammy’s husband walked out on her after twelve years of marriage, moving in with another woman. Brody rarely [...]

    11. Carrie Schmidt (Reading is My SuperPower) on said:

      What an incredibly sweet and touching novel!Have you ever had one of those years where every time you turn around something else punches you in the gut and sucks the air right out of you? One of those weeks? One of those days? If that season of life left you searching for an anchor, this book is a great place to start!In Intertwined, Jennifer Slattery tackles some emotional issues, some tough issues. The kind of things that make people question their faith and turn on those closest to them. She [...]

    12. Lisa Johnson on said:

      Title: IntertwinedAuthor: Jennifer SlatteryPages: 317Year: 2015Publisher: New Hope PublishersMy rating is 5 stars.The story is definitely a heart-tugging, attention-grabbing, emotional rollercoaster kind of novel. The main female character is named Tammy. She finds her marriage falling apart, single-parenting is more than a challenge, her work as an organ procurement coordinator fulfilling and she seeks to speak the gospel message to her clients. Nick is a divorcee who loses his firstborn son in [...]

    13. Iola on said:

      I was impressed by Jennifer Slattery’s first novel, Beyond I Do, mostly because of the way she integrated the Christian faith seamlessly into the novel. I’m sorry to say I was less impressed by Intertwined.The whole plot of Intertwined seemed driven by external circumstances, and it seemed that no sooner had one Bad Thing happened than another happened (to both Nick and Tammy), and I suspect the plot points would have had more impact if they didn’t keep stacking up, one on top of another. [...]

    14. Just Commonly on said:

      May I say what a pleasure it was to get to know a new author. After Intertwined, Jennifer Slattery's books will sure be on my radar. Intertwined is one of those books that I didn't know or read much about and was just intrigued by the synopsis, and the discussions Jennifer had at an event I attended.Intertwined dealt with emotional turmoils from tragedies that one hope and pray that will never befallen on them or their love ones. What we readers experience with Tammy and Nick will be forever ing [...]

    15. Toni Shiloh on said:

      I won this book in a giveaway but was not required to do a review.Tammy Kuhn is a wife and mother of two. She's also a procurement organ coordinator. Let me tell you, to have a job that bridges the gap between life and deathwell, that's powerful stuff and speaks to her character. Add to the fact that her husband leaves her, she's now struggling to raise her kids alone with the on-call demands of her job, and a family who wants to rescue her from it all and you get a page turning read.But what ab [...]

    16. Amanda Clark on said:

      I very much enjoyed Intertwined. It's a fairly realistic tale of two divorced former friends finding each other again when they both need support the most. I especially enjoyed watching Tammy grow in her faith life. I did have a few issues though. First, basically every non-Christian character was a villain. The ex-wife, the ex-husband, the boss. As a Christian I recognize that people that don't share my faith can still be kind, caring people. I'm a devout Christian, and even I felt like the boo [...]

    17. Sarah Ruut on said:

      Our lives rarely go as we plan. Reality has a way of interrupting even the best plans, causing us to reroute. Tammy and Nick are forced to do the same.I appreciated the fact that both main characters included God in their lives. Even when things fell apart, they sought His input and assistance. I struggled to connect with these characters, though. Having been a single mom, I should have been able to relate to Tammy and many of her struggles, but that connection was missing. While I could certain [...]

    18. Linda Rainey on said:

      Intertwined is a very emotional book. This is the story of two people who grew up together, lost track and are reunited under awful circumstances.Jennifer Slattery documents the tragedy of divorce in families and the emotional upheaval on the part of the parents and most especially the children.My heart ache for the parents and especially the children.The damage caused by the breakups can affect everyone in the extended family for years.The book also shows that with the Lord's love and guidance, [...]

    19. Martha on said:

      This was a new author for me, and I was pleasantly surprised. Her style of addressing the hard topics were outstanding. Abandonment, divorce, vindictive spouses, death and the frailty of us as humans is all exposed here. Throughout it all is a story that most of us will relate to. Those that struggle with the thought of divorce, should still read this book to see the heartache that affects those that do not choose it, yet have it forced upon them.

    20. Rieta on said:

      Really great characters. Even though the husband who leaves behaves like a jerk the author addresses the fault on both parts for the demise of the marriage. The development of the characters and the eventual weaving of relationships is done really well. Very real people.

    21. Claire on said:

      It was a slow starter for me. The characters felt a little flat, but the story was engaging.

    22. Alice on said:

      I started reading this book in the morning and could NOT put it down until I finished reading it close to midnight! Jennifer Slattery has a complete winner here. This book took me through so many emotionsI cried (several times); I yelled at Tammy's mom; I got angry and frustrated at Marianne; by heart broke for Nick.oh so many emotions. Above all, I loved the Christian theme in this book and it was a reminder to me to remember Who we all belong to. God bless you Jennifer for this wonderful book [...]

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