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The Law of Moses (The Law of Moses, #1)

If I tell you right up front, right in the beginning that I lost him, it will be easier for you to bear. You will know it’s coming, and it will hurt. But you’ll be able to prepare.

Someone found him in a laundry basket at the Quick Wash, wrapped in a towel, a few hours old and close to death. They called him Baby Moses when they shared his story on the ten o’clock news – th

Someone found him in a laundry basket at the Quick Wash, wrapped in a towel, a few hours old and close to death. They called him Baby Moses when they shared his story on the ten o’clock news – the little baby left in a basket at a dingy Laundromat, born to a crack addict and expected to have all sorts of problems. I imagined the crack baby, Moses, having a giant crack that ran down his body, like he’d been broken at birth. I knew that wasn’t what the term meant, but the image stuck in my mind. Maybe the fact that he was broken drew me to him from the start.

It all happened before I was born, and by the time I met Moses and my mom told me all about him, the story was old news and nobody wanted anything to do with him. People love babies, even sick babies. Even crack babies. But babies grow up to be kids, and kids grow up to be teenagers. Nobody wants a messed up teenager.

And Moses was messed up. Moses was a law unto himself. But he was also strange and exotic and beautiful. To be with him would change my life in ways I could never have imagined. Maybe I should have stayed away. Maybe I should have listened. My mother warned me. Even Moses warned me. But I didn’t stay away.

And so begins a story of pain and promise, of heartache and healing, of life and death. A story of before and after, of new beginnings and never-endings. But most of all…a love story.
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    Candace

    What a beautiful story! This is the second book I’ve read by this author and both have been highly emotional and heartfelt. Ms. Harmon’s writing is flawless and the stories she creates will leave you breathless. Expect to be captivated. Be prepared to fall in love, have your heart broken and have it slowly pieced back together. Reading her books is the best kind of pain.

    Georgia first meets Moses when he moves to her small town to live with his grandmother. Infamous in the small town for his well

    Georgia first meets Moses when he moves to her small town to live with his grandmother. Infamous in the small town for his well-known troubled past, he is just the kind of trouble that Georgia’s parents want her to steer clear of. However, she sees something in Moses that nobody else does. Despite the warnings, Georgia is determined to work her way into his heart.

    From the time he was born, his life has been a struggle. Abandoned by his drug-addicted mother shortly after his birth, he has been passed from one begrudging family member to the next. Run-ins with the law are commonplace for Moses. He seems to attract trouble wherever he goes.

    Unable to relate to most people, Moses loses himself in his art. He can’t help but to paint the images that come to him. He can’t stem the flow of the beautiful pictures that pop into his head, although he’d like nothing more.

    When Moses’ abilities make him the center of speculation following a tragedy, things are irrevocably changed between him and Georgia. Rather than face his feelings, he shuts her out. He has no idea of the far-reaching consequences that his actions will have.

    Georgia does her best to hold it together from day to day. The absence of Moses left a huge void in her life. So, when fate brings them together again, it is bound to be a raw and emotional reunion.

    This book gutted me. I both loved and hated Moses. He was such a gentle, wounded soul and had experienced such heartache that I couldn’t help but feel compassion for him. Then, he could turn around and do something so callous that I’d swear I was done with him. Georgia was definitely more forgiving than I would’ve been.

    On the other hand, I had nothing but love for Georgia. She was one of the strongest heroines that I’ve ever read about. The things she went through, and the inner-strength she exhibited, was awe-inspiring. She was such an incredibly kind and genuine person that I couldn’t help but love her.

    Overall, this was an incredible story. In the end, I gave it 4/5 stars only because I felt like Moses needed to spend some more time atoning for his treatment of Georgia. I felt like he got off way too easy after he had walked away from her, only to walk back into her life years later.

    This is definitely a book that I’d recommend if you like deep, emotional stories. This book will tug at your heart strings and remind you of all you have to be grateful for. Not to mention, there is a bit of suspense and mystery as well.

    You’ll be thinking about this story long after you’ve finished. It is one of those stories. Brace yourself. It’ll be emotional, but it’ll be worth it.
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    Aestas Book Blog

    ::: FULL REVIEW NOW POSTED :::

    NOTE: If you want to go into this book 100% blind, then don’t bother reading any reviews. However, the genre of the book is not what it seems to be. The genre was something I wish I’d personally known in advance of reading. If you’d like to know what genre to expect from the book, then read on. Nothing I mention is a twist. It’s just literally what this book is about.

    First and most importantly, I want to say that Amy Harmon is an incredibly gifted author. The way

    NOTE: If you want to go into this book 100% blind, then don’t bother reading any reviews. However, the genre of the book is not what it seems to be. The genre was something I wish I’d personally known in advance of reading. If you’d like to know what genre to expect from the book, then read on. Nothing I mention is a twist. It’s just literally what this book is about.

    First and most importantly, I want to say that Amy Harmon is an incredibly gifted author. The way she writes is absolutely beautiful. I love her style, I love the unique quality that each of her stories have, and I will always auto-buy any book she writes.

    However, with this book, there was a crucial element not mentioned in the blurb that held me back from fully connecting until after the 50% mark and that is that this is a paranormal story and there was no indication of that anywhere. The hero has a special ability which is revealed quite early on and, as the book progresses, becomes a stronger and stronger part of the story. Moses can literally see the dead. For real. He sees them, communicates with them, and paints images of the memories they show him. This is a
    huge
    part of the book and, for me at least, “genre” is something I really want to know before starting.

    If I had been told it was paranormal from the start, then I have no doubt I would have connected quite easily to the story. There’s a certain mindset that you get when you read paranormal where you instantly become accepting of what happens because you know that the story is no longer confined to the natural laws of our real world. But because this book is not classified as paranormal and because there are no hints of anything “otherworldly” in the blurb, that told me that this was a “real world” story. So as I read, I kept trying to figure out how this guy seeing the dead could possibly fit into our real world. Was he crazy? Was it just in his mind? What was happening? … About halfway in, I accepted that it had be paranormal for sure (because enough people knew that Moses could see and communicated with the dead so the whole “he’s crazy” possibility was out) and from that point on, I really began to enjoy the story much more.


    “There was a Times article about him and about his ability to “paint for the dead,” and People magazine had done a small feature about the “other-worldly brilliance of Moses Wright.”

    Aside from this, I really enjoyed the whole story itself. It started out when they were teens in a small town. Moses’ past was well known by all the locals and now that he was older, he was the guy everyone warned Georgia away from — an unwanted child who then turned into a misunderstood teen with a juvie record and abilities that no one could understand and what seemed like a blatant disregard for the law. But she ignored all the warnings and followed her heart. And her heart always led her straight to him.


    “Maybe it was being seventeen, maybe it was first love, or first lust. Maybe it was just hot. But I wanted him with a desperation that consumed me. I had never wanted anything so much in my life.”

    In the second half of the story, there’s also a turning point in the plot. As the blurb hints, this is in fact a second chance romance — which is a type of story I absolutely love. I love the emotions brought about from reunions. I love everything about seeing a couple who truly belongs together reconnecting. And I also most certainly love Amy Harmon’s writing so the second half of the book was really great reading for me.


    “Georgia had haunted me for more than six years, and from the look on her face when I’d stepped on the elevator, my memory hadn’t left her alone either.”

    There’s also a lot more than just a romance. It’s not just about them, it’s also a lot about him. Moses’ journey itself is an integral part of the story. And there’s also a murder mystery threaded throughout the whole book which was really well done — especially the way it all came together at the end. I got chills!

    There’s no denying that this is a really great book — with beautiful writing, a well developed plot, an emotional strength, and an original idea. I really do wish I had known about the paranormal elements before I read the book. I think if I had known the genre from the start, I’d have given it a 4.5 star rating.

    Several of you have also asked me about the ending so I’m here to reassure you that you will be just fine. While there certainly is heartbreak and loss, I promise that there’s also happiness and healing.


    “I hope you can forgive me. Because this is happening. Me and Georgia.
    This is happening.”

    Here are my 5 Greats about The Law Of Moses:

    1. Unique concept
    2. Beautiful writing
    3. Gorgeous romance
    4. Fully resolved storyline
    5. Strong message about forgiveness

    Standalone with paranormal elements.

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    Jennifer Kyle

    Sep 24, 2014

    rated it
    it was amazing

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    5 *Greats* Stars

    “There are laws. There are rules. And when you break them, there are consequences. Laws of nature and laws of life. Laws of love and laws of death.”

    description

    Amy Harmon delivers a heavy, emotional story that for me felt like a cross between some of the ideas of the movies the Six Sense and The Horse Whisperer. Once again she delivers a well-crafted tale that is tear inducing and in completion will leave readers thinking on what she created for days.

    Moses Wright, the now grown up crack


    “There are laws. There are rules. And when you break them, there are consequences. Laws of nature and laws of life. Laws of love and laws of death.”

    description

    Amy Harmon delivers a heavy, emotional story that for me felt like a cross between some of the ideas of the movies the Six Sense and The Horse Whisperer. Once again she delivers a well-crafted tale that is tear inducing and in completion will leave readers thinking on what she created for days.

    Moses Wright, the now grown up crack baby that was left in a laundry basket is a tormented artist. He paints images and that he sees everywhere in town and through these murals he finds release. Moses feels tormented by the visions and visitors he sees but his GG helps him find a way of handling it without medication.


    ”So let the water fall. Let it come crashing down. Let it flow through your head and out your eyes. Water is clear when it washes the pain away. Clear when it cleanses. Let it take the colors away.”

    Georgia Shepard is a feisty cowgirl. She works with therapy horses and assists her parent’s support groups. Georgia loves the horse world and is intrigued by the boy with dark skin and gorgeous eyes that has moved in with his great grandmother Kathleen, her neighbor.

    There has been a rash of disappearances in the counties of central Utah and sadly Moses appears to be the prime suspect. Moses does his darnedest to keep Georgia away but her strength and personality is hard to resist.


    ”I didn’t know what to do with her. She was a wild card. She was a small town girl with a simple way of speaking and thinking, a frank way of being that turned me on and turned me off at the same time. I wanted to run from her. But at the same time, I spent all my time thinking about her.”

    Georgia and Moses settle into a relationship of sorts and Georgia’s optimism and personality slowly appears to win him over.


    ”He and I had the strangest relationship. One minute he was telling me to scram and the next he was kissing me like he would never let me go.”

    Sadly we are brought through a separation, a horrifying accident and feelings of loss and great grief. Moses finally let’s his walls down and I dare a reader not to feel for these two.

    description

    Fate plays a large part in this story while Amy Harmon adds color to sadness, forgiveness and new life.


    ”Finding beauty in ordinary things.”

    *ARC provided by the lovely Amy Harmon in exchange for an honest review*
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