Moment to Moment

Moment to Moment New York Times bestselling author Barbara Delinsky delights with a compelling story of chance fate and perfect timing first published in Russ Ettinger doesn t know why the delicate young woman

  • Title: Moment to Moment
  • Author: Barbara Delinsky
  • ISBN: 9780061010996
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Paperback
  • New York Times bestselling author Barbara Delinsky delights with a compelling story of chance, fate, and perfect timing, first published in 1998.Russ Ettinger doesn t know why the delicate young woman he found gasping for breath at the side of the road disappeared so abruptly or even what her name is What he does know is he must find her again somehow There has to be a dNew York Times bestselling author Barbara Delinsky delights with a compelling story of chance, fate, and perfect timing, first published in 1998.Russ Ettinger doesn t know why the delicate young woman he found gasping for breath at the side of the road disappeared so abruptly or even what her name is What he does know is he must find her again somehow There has to be a deeper purpose behind his Samaritan act, because never has anyone so powerfully and immediately filled him with such an overwhelming desire to cherish and protect.But Dana Madison is tired of being protected What she wants is to be respected and loved as the strong, vital, independent woman she has worked so hard to become And so she flees from a chance first meeting with a considerate stranger, a man who could possibly play a very important role in her future and maybe find a permanent place in her heart.

    One thought on “Moment to Moment”

    1. This story was written in 1983 and leaves a lot to be desired. I tried to be patient, but I was still annoyed that Dana made such a big, big deal about her having asthma. I liked her boyfriend's response when she finally did tell him that she had asthma. There was her desire to run races and be healthy and that was a bit simplified too. It was ok but definitely not something I'd want to read again or recommend to others.

    2. I don't think I've ever wanted to slap a character more than the "heroine" of this book. When the big reveal happens, I almost fell over laughing at the hero's "WTF? * That's your big secret? Really?" response. Perfect.

    3. A very simple, and actually monotonous and uneventful, story that I almost stopped reading. Very little to recommend it. Sorry. I've liked several of Ms Delinsky's books, but this is not one.

    4. Dana Madison was a sheltered child and even as a woman her parents and brother protected her from everything physical. They were always in fear that she would have an asthma attack. Her biggest dream was to run a race and to be independent. Russ Ettinger had been a world class skier until a knee injury stopped his competition. He now took up running just to keep getting some exercise. As fate would have it, she was out for a run and had a asthma attack as she was recovering along came Russ offer [...]

    5. Typical romance where each person has something they are not telling the other. For Russ it was how famous he used to be and for her the idea that asthma stopped her from experiencing life and independence from her parents. Really liked Russ and his attitude toward his skiing accident and the way he had lived in his past. Truly admired his support of running a marathon.

    6. Small book with BIG printed it in 3 hours. This definitely falls into the category of Lifetime Channel quality. Towards the end, I was getting a little nauseous every time I read "I love you".

    7. .Very good story that portrays a very strong independent female character. Barbara brings her characters to life. Some sexual content but a strong story.

    8. Honestly don't remember it. In fact, so much so, that I ended up reading it twice and still dont remember it.Also read it on October 29, 2001

    9. An early novel by Barbara Delinsky. A quick read, a little dramaticabout a young woman whose life is shaped by her asthma.

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