When I began reviewing books about 21 months I found novels with a character’s name for a chapter quite distracting, however I’ve come to realize the wisdom in doing it. Character named chapters give a definite idea of whose POV [point of view] you’re in, instead of trying to occasionally trying to figure it out for yourself.

There are quite a few women, impossibly yourself included, who, like Evelynn had been in what some may call a wonderful relationship with some guy for as long as you can remember. This was until she out he had made it with her sister, causing her to be become pregnant with a daughter.

But once out of college, employed in the field you’ve studied for, and free as a bird.; you’re glad that what’s this someone is no longer in your life. You love the life you’re living now and the relationships you’re in, but life as you’ve learned has a tendency to throw a curve.

If you allow yourself to step into Evelynn’s shoes what would you do if your previous love interest all of sudden turns back up in your life? Wouldn’t his appearance throw you for a loop as it has now upset everything you’ve got going for yourself, not forgetting you’re now taking care of your niece since your sister’s death?

While I hate stories in which the guy couldn’t find better to have an affair with than the protagonist’s sister, thereby causing a rift in the relationship have for each other. I love stories where there is reconciliation between two lovers who were made for each other; giving both a second chance for a happy forever after.

Does this happy ever after happen? You’ll have to read the book to find out both for now I’ve given this book 5 STARS.

US: https://www.amazon.com/gp/review/R5VXMIMIZAYNL

UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/review/R3QKE5S7UBTGUH

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