The Montgomery Ink saga from NYT Bestselling Author Carrie Ann Ryan continues with a second chance romance sure to tug at your heartstrings.
When men in uniform showed up on Eliza Wilder-Strong’s doorstep, she knew her life would be irrevocably altered. She not only lost her husband, but the future she’d carefully planned. A year later, she’s looking to start over—beginning with a solo healing vacation. Only she never expects to see a familiar, tempting face along the way.
Beckett Montgomery refuses to want his little sister’s best friend—especially because she’s a widow. Yet there’s no stopping the connection between them. As the temptation to give in intensifies between them, so do the reasons they shouldn’t stay together.
Painful ghosts from both of their pasts stand in their way and sometimes it’s the living that can haunt you when you’re not looking.
I absolutely loved this book !
Beckett and Eliza are so perfect for each other even when they weren’t meant for one another. Eliza‘s husband has passed away and she’s picking herself up trying to move on. It’s now been one year and even now when she sees Beckett there’s always that spark but he’s her best friends brother so she’s never let herself even think of what the possibilities could be with him until now! Beckett has always wanted Eliza even when she was married to their friend he still had feelings for her because it was his little sister‘s best friend and of course she’s been married he never let himself think of the possibilities of what they could be together. Now all that has changed the chemistry between them is undeniable !!!!!
The Montgomery series is getting old and boring. It was all I could do to finish this book.
Back in the Montgomery world
In the Montgomery world, there is always a lot going on. And here there’s no difference. Beckett is fighting through memories of a horrific event he lived through, while keeping it a secret. And Eliza is living through the death of her husband in the military almost a year ago. Until she finds out there was even more then his death that she has to deal with. But soon, they find out they can work through their problems together.