… Reading this book I tried to imagine what this had to feel like for our main character Macy… for that matter, what is must have felt like to Finn and Wyatt…. and you just know that somewhere at sometime in this world, this has actually happened… ~ Sheila
Macy Lockhart’s life shattered in a moment with the news that her husband, Finn —serving in the military overseas — has been killed in the line of duty. Their ardent and devoted marriage is over, leaving Macy alone, empty, directionless. But while she tries to sustain herself with memories of Finn, the quiet, strong man who made her and their small Texas ranch the center of his life, it is wealthy Wyatt Clark who slowly brings joy back into her life. Her love for Wyatt may be less romantic than the breathless passion she’d once shared with Finn, but she vows to cherish him, and their marriage is happy and as solid as a rock. Until the day that Finn, miraculously spared from death, returns home to claim his bride….
Well, as the back of the book states? Whose wife was she?
I have never read a book on this subject line before and was surprised tor ead about the laws that go with such a situation…. still married to the first husband, would have to divorce him to make new marriage legal…. I guess that all makes sense, I had just never thought about this situation. Apparently, our author, Julia London had thought about this subject… and out of those thoughts, same this book, Summer of Two Wishes.
I have always had a heart for the under dog – but without giving too much away, I will let you know that this book holds a few surprises. I recommend this book for a late summer read with a touch of romance. I have never read Julia London before, but I will read her in the future.
Characters that feel as though they truly live and breathe, London has created a page turner that will leave you at times excited to see what the next page will bring.
This book is a review copy sent to me by Pocket Books
I rate this book PG13 for some sexual content