Somewhere in my web browsing, I came across a book recommendation. Several people raved about the book and the author, someone new to me.
So I bought a used copy.
This book hooked me from the beginning.
THE LIFE INTENDED.
The description begins: Sliding Doors meets P.S. I Love You in this richly told novel …
We meet the heroine, Kate, twelve years after her husband was killed the morning after he said he had something important to tell her. He died before he had the chance.
It’s been long enough, and everyone is telling Kate she has to move on. And she kind of has. She’s living with a man. He’s proposed and she accepted. But then she starts having some very vivid dreams. About Patrick and the life they would have had if he hadn’t died.
The dreams lead her to make some choices and do some things … I don’t want to give too much away.
This is a lovely, tender, exquisite book about what might have been, but what is, and learning to accept that both are right and okay.
In absolutely unrelated news, I’ve been buying books faster than I can read them. So while I fell in love with this one, I have so far resisted the urge to buy any more from Kristin Harmel. Although I’m remembering her name and will definitely be getting more from her when I whittle down the obscene stack on my desk.