Lilly decides marrying David would be a mistake and breaks her engagement. She leaves New York and finds comfort and new love with Glenn, believing all her dreams have come true. But when her ex catches up with her, leaving her bruised and frightened, what he plans for her, well...those things were never in her dreams.
It is a very touching but endearing story with surprising ending. Abuse causes such emotional pain for the person on the receiving end. In so many cases there are no happy endings and in some cases it will end in death. I'm glad that this story has been written even though in this case it is a fiction
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Lili broken off her engagement to an abysmal man and uprooted her life from NY to CO. On the puddle jumper to the new sleepy ski town, she met Glen...owner of the hotel where Lili was supposed to stay. A friendship quickly developed between the two and, when her bff visited, she started something with Glen’s bff. While Lili’s life seems to be on the upswing strange things begin to occur. Will Lili have a happy ending w Glen or is he hiding a secret relationship? Is someone stalking Lili?? While the book was enjoyable, it did appear dated...who uses a beeper and answering machine these days?
I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
The narrator was excellent despite the story giving off the feeling of being dated. The characters felt like they were older than their stated ages due to their dress, speech and actions. The plot held your attention but was pretty predictable. The romance is swoon worthy and I love HEA's! The ending kinda stops in the middle of a conversation but maybe i had a bad copy. I enjoyed listening
Although it was a great story, I had a hard time connecting with the characters do to the fact that they all sounded very similar throughout the book. Once I was able to differentiate who was who it was much more enjoyable. I love the suspense that came in the end of the book. It made all the connections click and hit home. I loved the way it ended and look forward to reading more from this author.