Monday, March 13, 2017

Blog Tour ~ #Review ~ Resurrection by Maggie Jane Schuler

Title: Resurrection
Author: Maggie Jane Schuler
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Published: March 10, 2017




My life was perfect. I’d had it all: a doting husband, a career on the rise, and great kids. When all that comes down around me—when I lose the one person I need— it feels like my world has been swirling around the edges of a black hole. A never-ending despair that is consuming me. The vows I had made to him still haunt me, still feel as fresh as the day I’d spoken those words. But he’s gone and I don’t know how to move on. I’m not even sure I could.

Until… I meet him.


I was happy. So happy. There was nothing more that a man could ask for. I had the kind of fairy tale that few get. I worked hard and played hard, but my family always came first. But when it all crumbled around me, I didn’t know how to carry on without the love of my life at my side. They say, ‘till death do us part’. I just never thought she’d go before me. Now, all I do is exist because I must, and my children need me. But some days, I can’t push past the pain and misery. Sometimes, I don’t know what the hell I’m supposed to do.

Then she comes crashing into my life. And in that instant, I know… My life will never be the same again.

Jenna is figuring out how to live and care for her three young children on her own. After losing her husband shortly after the birth of there twin sons, she's left to care for them and their three year old sister. Grief is strong, and she thought she'd be prepared, but nothing could prepare her for what it would truly be like.
Chase is in the same boat. He was living the dream. A perfect wife, three year old sons, and a brand new baby girl. When a tragic accident claims his wife, he has to be strong for his kids.
This book will break you right in the beginning. It will tear you apart, and spend a lot of time repairing the damage. I literally felt the pain these characters suffered. They handled their grief differently. Maggie wrote this book perfectly with life like emotions. Guilt for dating, thoughts of the other person being sent from your spouse so you could be happy. I loved seeing them help each other through. Loss is always hard. You not only hurt for yourself, but also your kids. This book was beautifully written and I love the dual pov by the main characters. I'm so happy I found another new author and can't wait to read more from her!



Maggie Jane Schuler is a wife, mother of three almost-grown children, and teacher by day. While she has always loved to read, the thought of writing her own prose did not strike until she was in the middle of writing her Master’s Thesis. From that point on she was hooked. She Resides in Southern California. Besides the family and books, she loves baseball. Since the Dodgers, Angels, and Padres are all within a short distance, and the Giants and Athletics a nice weekend jaunt away, she’s got plenty of games to take in during the season. Additionally, she enjoys cooking, movies, the beach, and the local mountains. She’s most content being with her family engaged in whatever activity they have planned.

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