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Lisa never thought she'd see him again. But one day, he showed up on her college campus, substituting for a professor who was laid up for the remainder of the term. When they meet up, things are pretty chilly between the two of them. Lisa has a hard time controlling her confused feelings toward the man who abandoned her while she was pregnant with his child. Now that they've met up again, she's determined that he does not learn that he is a father. Paul still holds a grudge against the only woman whom he has ever loved, who would dare to betray him by having an affair. He has a difficult time holding his anger in check.
I love this book. It drew me in. the way it is written, the reader is able to sympathize with both Lisa as well as Paul. There is an element of danger as Paul practices his profession as a volcanologist and at one point, I was hanging on every word, waiting with Lisa to see if Paul came through his adventure unscathed. This story tells how one simple misunderstanding can grow and fester until, like a volcano, everything finally comes spewing out to finally be resolved.
When two people are meant to be together sometimes it is the fate of life that brings them back together for a second chance to decide if the past will repeat itself or by their own admissions and choices they will change the future.
Once again, Paula has penned another enticing story full of richly developed characters with one of the best supporting characters that I have read in a very long time in Ralph. Ralph was very clearly defined, very likable and sensible and stayed true within his characterization throughout the book.
It is clear that Author Paula Martin has done her research well on volcanoes and has transferred that knowledge easily into the plot.The mechanics of the book - punctuation, point of view shifts, believable plot, action, drama, and progression- was very good, making this book an easy and delightful read.