Macy Lockhart’s life shattered in a moment with the news that her husband, Finn – serving in the military overseas – has been killed in the line of duty. Their ardent marriage is over, leaving Macy alone, empty, directionless. But while she tries to sustain herself with memories of Finn, who made her and their small Texas ranch the center of his life, it is wealthy Wyatt Clark who slowly brings joy back into her life.
Her love for Wyatt may be less romantic than the passion she once shared with Finn, but she vows to cherish him, and their marriage is happy and as solid as a rock - until the day that Finn, miraculously spared from death, returns home to claim his bride….
In Summer of Two Wishes, Julia London has crafted a deeply moving, passionate novel about a woman who must choose between the two men she loves.
©2010 Julia London (P)2010 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Superbly crafted characters, graceful writing, and sinfully sexy romance." (Booklist)
I read the reviews before listening to this book but wanted to listen in order. I really enjoyed the story, did not think it was predictable and listened more than I normally would to find out what happens next.
This book story was predictable, the narration as well as the dialogue was bad,but for some reason and I really do not know why, I just hated to turn if off, and could not waite until I could start listening to it again. Wish there was a sequel, because there could be so much more to the story line.
This is truly a good story. You can feel the emotions of all three characters as they are expressed throughout the book.
I have listened to many of Natalie Ross's performances and as always she did a great job. She has a way with expression like no one else. I have looked for audio books read by her specifically. She is one of my favourites.
YES. It made me cry.
I've made errors in judgements when ordering books with good reviews, so I was leery of purchasing "Summer of Two Wishes" with less than stellar reviews, but I'm so glad I did. The story was excellent, I didn't want it to end.
I did not find it predictable, quite the opposite. I found the well written story interesting and Natalie Ross' performance exceptional.
Story was predictable and tedious. I managed to listen through to the end but it took endurance. I have enjoyed many other books by Julia London but this one is not on par with her other work.
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