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Summer of Two Wishes Mass Market Paperback – 17 Sep 2009
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"Superbly crafted characters, graceful writing, and sinfully sexy romance." -- Booklist
"London's characters come alive on every page and will steal your heart." -- Atlanta Journal-Constitution
"A contemporary heartbreaker....London knows how to keep pages turning." -- Publishers Weekly
About the Author
Julia London is the bestselling author of THE DANGERS OF DECEIVING A VISCOUNT, THE PERILS OF PURSUING A PRINCE, THE HAZARDS OF HUNTING A DUKE and 11 other romantic novels. She lives in Texas.
Top Customer Reviews
While I fell in love with A Light at Winter's End, I would have to say I just enjoyed this book. Perhaps it's because Macy has built up her relationships with Wyatt and Finn prior to the start of the book, and we don't get the chance to see any romance developing or connections being made over the course of the book, but I really didn't know who to root for. I found Macy's situation fascinating and horrifying, and I wanted to see how she dealt with it and made a decision, but this is definitely more of a women's fiction novel than a romance, whereas A Light at Winter's End was a hybrid of the two genres. And the sections of the book where we did see Macy connecting with one of her men? Mostly sex. I wanted to see more emotional connections between them. The scene where Macy and Finn go horse-riding was a good example of an emotional connection scene, but those were few and far between. I wanted to know that they had more than a physical connection.Read more ›
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That is when all the peace in you life dissolves and chaos and stress reign.
This a very good story and deals with a lot of different things that military wives and families have to deal with. Even if the soldier does his stint and comes home, there are usually emotional things that have to be dealt with, like PTSD.
I most definitely suggest reading this book.
What was most frustrating for me was that everyone made Macy out to be some evil woman just for moving on with her life and remarrying. She beleived her husband was dead and mourned him for years before she remarried. Why were all these people acting like she cheated on her husband? The tone of the novel just bothered me I geuss.
Overall I did finish the book, but it kind of left a bad taste in my mouth.