Book 4 in the St. Caroline Series
"It has been decades since I have fallen into the pages of a book and disappeared into so engrossing a story" Susan L.
This Reminds Me of Us
Deputy fire chief Oliver Wolfe had everything he ever wanted. A beautiful wife, two adorable (if rambunctious) sons, a job he loved, a comfortable home, and family and friends in his hometown of St. Caroline, Maryland ...
… until the day he has to stand by helplessly and watch his wife’s unconscious body get cut from the mangled wreckage of her car.
Serena Wolfe was a blissfully happy newlywed with a tall, dark, and handsome firefighter for a husband and a honeymoon baby on the way …
… until the day she wakes up from a coma to discover that she’s actually thirty years old and has two adorable (if rambunctious) boys, a house, and friends … none of which she can remember.
That’s alarming enough. But Serena might have had a secret former life … which she also can’t remember …
WARNING: this book will melt your e-reader
Ooh la la.
A young wife cast aside.
A dark and brooding French artist.
An ambitious politician up for re-election—and his equally ambitious mistress.
Throw in an artistic collaboration involving (ahem) risqué paintings and not even a ball-breaking best friend can anticipate what will happen next ...