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  • Touching second chance romance

    This touching and heartfelt second chance romance is the story of Abigail and Thomas. Separated for the last year and half, Abigail doesn't want to go back to the marriage she had with Thomas - one that caused them both emotional pain. But Thomas's efforts at change are being noticed and Abigail realizes that she still loves her husband despite their problems. With a 6 year old daughter Mia linking them together, will they both be able to forgive and move forward with a new vision for their marriage? I really enjoyed this story. The Willow Park series is unique in setting a contemporary romance series in a spiritual setting, where the Christian religion is part of the story though not in an intrusive or proselytizing way. Rather it gives depth to the romance and the idea that sex, love and religion can co-exist in a story (as they do in real life). Thomas and Abigail are like any other couple struggling with their marriage and how to communicate their feelings for one another. Abigail's concerns over leaping back into a bad situation are justified and learning to trust Thomas again is a key part of the story. Though we see things through Abigail's eyes, it's obvious that Thomas really loves Abigail and is working very hard to change himself, and to accept the changes he's seen in his wife. Neither of them is perfect, and forgiving themselves is as important as forgiving each other. The addition of a child, their daughter Mia, makes the challenge of fixing their marriage even more intense. I liked how Mia was presented as a thoughtful and intelligent child, and how Abigail and Thomas were clear to show their love for her even as they are working on their own relationship. The sex scenes between the couple are emotional and intense (and take the reader away from any notion that this belongs on the Inspirational Romance shelf) and I really liked the honesty between them as they deal with the complication of the desire for physical intimacy even amidst the faltering of their marriage. This is a truly wonderful story of forgiveness and love, perfect for the Easter season and a time of renewal. 5 stars.

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