Reviewed by Martha Artyomenko
When Noah and Josephine Mitchell discover their divorce was never actually finalized, their lives are turned upside down.
Following his divorce, Noah gave up his dream job, settling at a remote horse ranch in the Blue Ridge Mountains of northern Georgia, putting much-needed distance between himself and the former love of his life. Through a misunderstanding and the divorce never being finalized, the two become stranded in his cottage during the worst spring snowstorm in a decade.
Being trapped with Josephine is a test of Noah’s endurance. He wrestles with resentment and an unmistakable pull to his wife—still beautiful, still brave, and still more intriguing than any woman he’s ever known.
Will Noah accept the challenge to pursue Josephine’s heart? And can she finally find the courage to trust Noah about the truth of her past?
I have enjoyed some of the twists that a romantic story between a married couple can bring. You end up dealing with some of the issues though, that married couples face which make this a book that is not one that you would generally hand your teenager to read, unless you were wanting to discuss some of those issues.
While a bit cliche in areas, this book was highly enjoyable as well as cause you to stop and think. The couple had some major issues that were real problems, but seeing how each of them was forced to face them and deal with them was very good.
If you are looking for a married romantic story, this is a good one to pick up!
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