While Alec tries to leave the past in the past and move on to the future, his wife, Molly, has other plans for her husband.
After Emma is stalked and taunted by Molly, Alec makes a decision that could
Will he stay with Emma? Will he leave and be with his wife and the mother of
his daughter? Does Alec make the right choice? Only time will tell.
“You are huge. If you get any bigger, astronomers will discover a new planet in the solar system.”
Part 2 of this trilogy continues with the bittersweet love story of a young widowed mother finding new love with a divorced young father. I always find it so refreshing to read a romance novel when the conflict in the story is external rather than between the couple. This book is written in narrative form from four different points of view, although it is easy to maintain the flow and I was never confused. Ms. Kennedy does an excellent job of getting the point across of the sacrifices young military families make during deployments, as well as the aftermath of their injuries and loss, without beating us over the head with it. I also particularly enjoy how she handles the dream visitations and the messages Emma receives from her dead husband. This series has been sweet and tender as well as heart rendering.