My rating: 4 of 5 stars
A sweet and heartwarming novel about second chances. I was a tiny bit disappointed that no action took place in Paris, however, I did enjoy the story.
Rosie and Peter met during their time in college. Two seventeen-year-olds felt in love, however, young love didn’t last long. Pressured by his family, Peter made a choice to keep away from his family business and explore the world of art, and unfortunately, Rosie didn’t fit into his new plan.
But good things happen to good people, and shortly after her big heartbreak, Rosie walked down an aisle into a new life with Mike. Forty-seven years, two daughters and a successful flower business later, Mike is diagnosed with cancer. Ten weeks later Rosie becomes a widow.
Life is a funny thing, and Rosie and Peter’s paths cross again. This time around Peter is determined to make things right with Rosie. Will glamorous, single, world-class photographer be able to fit into Rosie’s close family circle?
I knew there will be a very happy ending, but it didn’t prevent me from enjoying the story. This is a feel-good novel about second chances, family, and forgiveness. Thank you, Sue Watson and NetGalley for this wonderful read.