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Then...unimaginable tragedy, an expected death, and a death bed promise, leaves a child in need of two parents. This got me!
Wow...after being so irritated with the beginning of the book, I DID NOT PUT IT DOWN once I was past the first chapter or two. Fabulous writing, so many twists and turns, then redemption. READ THIS BOOK!
I enjoy Andrea's writing style and the thought she puts into her books. Four stars because I almost gave up and did not finish. I wasn't engaged for the first chapter or so. I'm so glad I got past that and did finish! Another great read.
This was an emotional roller coaster of a book. Scarlet has finally begun to adjust to Mason's absence and the end of their marriage. She had been blindsided by Mason's request for a divorce. She hasn't stopped loving him. Scarlet still hurts over the loss of the baby they'd adopted, whose birth mother decided she wanted him back. When Mason asks for her help, she is reluctant because she doesn't want to go through the pain of losing him again after the charade is over. She is also determined not to let herself get attached to baby Luna. I completely understood Scarlet's viewpoint. She had been through a lot and was simply trying to protect herself. I also knew that there was no way she was going to be able to resist Luna. I ached for her as she confronted her memories in the nursery and smiled as she overcame them.
Mason frustrated me for a good part of the book. Thanks to the unreasonable expectations of his father, Mason grew up expecting perfection of himself. When things aren’t going the way he expects them to; he tends to cut his losses and move on. While this may work in his business, in his personal life it has been a disaster. Mason blames himself for their lack of a family, decided that Scarlet would be better off without him, and asked for a divorce, all without actually talking to her to see what she wanted.
From the moment Mason and Luna moved in it was obvious that his and Scarlet's feelings for each other were as strong as ever, but so were their fears. Scarlet tried desperately to keep both Mason and Luna at a distance, but it was a losing battle. It didn't take long before both Scarlet and Mason started feeling hopeful about the future, but a part of each of them was also wary. Scarlet feared that if things got rough again, he would revert to his cut and run ways. I liked the way that she confronted Mason early on and explained her problem with him. Though he promised he wouldn't do it again, Scarlet had trouble trusting him. Mason still has bouts of self-doubt and can't believe that Scarlet will really be happy with him. Things are looking very promising for them until Jay's death. Mason has a hard time dealing with the loss of his brother and the guilty feelings brought on by what he sees as his happiness at his brother's expense and withdraws into himself. With Scarlet's fears of history repeating itself it doesn't take much to push her over the edge to a confrontation with Mason. I ached for the misery that they inflicted on themselves. I loved that it was hearing Jay's voice in a dream that finally pushed Mason into realizing the truth: "Climb down from the cross, Mason. We don't need another martyr in this family." I loved his big moment at the end and the way that he showed Scarlet the depth of his feelings. The epilogue had an unexpected and heartwarming twist to it.
Scarlet & Mason Spencer thought they'd be together forever, but no matter how strong their love for each other was, it couldn't manage to survive the stress of not being able to have the family they desperately wanted. Now on the verge of divorce, Mason needs a favor ... a huge favor. His dying brother needs him to agree to raise his baby daughter ... only he thinks Scarlet and Mason are still together!
Taking Mason and the baby in and playing make-believe so his brother can have peace in his final days just might be the hardest thing Scarlet has ever had to do. She didn't want their marriage to end in the first place and having the temptation of him in the house ... with a baby no less ... is really getting to her. Will they find that they like being a ready made family and decide to call off the divorce or is it just going to be one more thing to add to the list of heartbreaks she has to deal with?
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