- File Size: 4292 KB
- Print Length: 210 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 24, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0108UOUJ8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #750,439 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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When dark clouds start to hang over Megs head, she finds out that her ex lied to her big time and he is nowhere to be found, she lose everything. The story goes forward to the "now"
She receives a phone call her ex-husband is dying and asks for her. Meg wouldn't be Meg if she wouldn't go. What does he have to say??
Great book, Love the characters especially Meg & Jeremy. It is just a good story in the great series. Very pleasant and easy to read, look forwards for more
I received a free book for a honest review.
In between the periods where Meg can see Jeremy she has another struggle with her ex-husband going on that she manages on her own without help from the rich man which is also refreshing to see. Too often, the hero comes in and saves the helpless woman. I loved that this woman learns to stand on her own two feet and handle her problems on her own. The solution may not be ideal but it is hers.
This is also a story of friendship and accepting people as they, faults included. Meg's best friend also happens to be her ex-husband's sister. While her friend struggles with the end of Meg's marriage to her brother, she realizes that friendship is more important and Meg learns how to be friends with someone who cares about her even though she is less than perfect.
I would have liked to see less about the history of Meg and her ex-husband which did not really add to the plot or story line. It would have been better to spend that time developing the relationship between Meg and Jeremy more. While I am happy that Meg who is not a stick thin twenty something was able to find love with a gorgeous man, the interaction between them leading up to their tryst did not convince me that there was any sort of chemistry between them other than mutual respect and friendship. These are of course paramount to a good relationship but it was not obvious that there were any romantic feelings between them.
This was a difficult relationship to develop in the short period of time allowed by the setting and the lack of physical traits that would typically be present in a romance novel to explain the attraction the characters have for each other. Kudos to Olivia for taking on such a daunting task and making other romances seem shallow by comparison.