In this heartwarming follow-up to the bestselling novel Postcards From a Stranger, will Cara’s family past ruin her Christmas present, or will she let love in?
After discovering her mother’s secret life, Cara doesn’t have much faith in marriage.
So when the love of her life, Simeon, proposes, she struggles to say "I do." She adores him, but why risk the perfect relationship by signing on a dotted line that could ruin everything? If her parents’ marriage taught her anything, it was that a gold ring doesn’t equal happiness, and she has no desire to follow in their dysfunctional footsteps.
But maybe there’s a bigger picture after all. When a tragic accident brings yet more truths to the surface, Cara is forced to question everything she believes - and fears - about long-term love. And the answers aren’t obvious....
Could Cara rewrite her family’s history and create her own love story?
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So glad got part 2
What a wonderful way to finish up this story. I never would have thought she/they would have to go through so much and I’m so glad they stuck it out and fought for each other and not just quit like so many people do today. People don’t want to work hard and go through tuff times they rather run and start over with someone without “Drama” but that’s not real life. Life has struggles. It started from the beginning of time with Adam and Eve. We can get through things if we are determined. And it’s so nice to have good friends. (And a faith in God helps too).
Better Left Alone
As much as I enjoyed Postcards From a Stranger is how much I disliked this book. With its short length I now find myself wondering if this was originally intended to be in the first book, but was edited out as just too much. I hate spoilers, so I won’t be specific. I really wish I’d just stopped at the end of the first book. The narration wasn’t terrible, but I didn’t think it fit the book as well as the first narrator. Perhaps it was because I listened to both too close together, but I don’t think that’s all. Both narrators seemed almost too sugary sweet for the story. I will say both were quite good, but just weren’t a good fit. If it were possible, I’d like to unlisten and just stop at the end of the first.