NOTES ON THE WINDOWSILL is a sweet, easy read. Jorie, the
main character is well developed and real. This is a story
that will have you believing in an afterlife once you are
done even if you are not a believer now. It is one of those
rare types of books that can give you chills one second and
make you all soft and happy the next.
I find Ms. Leese's use of imagination to set the scene
wonderful. It was refreshing to read a book without graphic
sex. This is a book I would feel safe recommending to my
teenage girls. It was a true joy to find that the focus of
this book stayed true to the end. Love is a very powerful
thing and it was shown clearly in this book.
The relationships in the book are well developed. I was
able to immerse myself in the lives of the people in the
book. Getting lost in a book is a wonderful thing and I am
happy to say I got lost in this one.
After losing Martin Corbette, her to-be-fiancé, Jordan
(Jorie) Raven struggles to get her life back together. Is
there a future for Jorie? Why does Martin visit her in
dreams & leaves her notes on the windowsill? Does he have
something to tell her? Furthermore, who is the handsome