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~Judi E. Easley
I thoroughly enjoyed this book as a cozy read. It didn't strain my brain any or challenge me in any way. It was just a really good read. Here's a gal who's working in her field of taking over other companies with her boss, who's a mentor and friend. Then along comes a bigger shark to take over her company. Then the shark turns around and she sees his face. A face from her past!
She's a widow. But now this beloved face from her past is suddenly in front of her. He betrayed her. And then there's his brother, who was like a brother to her. He says she needs to listen and trust. She wants to believe, but can she trust?
The author does a really good job of blending stories from the past and present and helping the people involved heal and go forward. It has been said by another reviewer that this is a bit like Robyn Carr, and I must agree. There is that softness to it that she brings to her books even in the worst of situations. And the knowing that you'll have a happy ending. And there is, a happy ending. I recommend this one!