Book Reviews of The Longing (Grayson Brothers, Bk 2)

The Longing (Grayson Brothers, Bk 2)
The Longing - Grayson Brothers, Bk 2
Author: Wendy Lindstrom
ISBN-13: 9780312982843
ISBN-10: 0312982844
Publication Date: 4/14/2003
Pages: 320
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.

4.2 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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Amelia Drake was a twenty-one year old schoolmarm. It seemed as though every single man in her life had manipulated her or let her down. As a teen (17) she had given herself to a man she loved and thought they would marry. Instead she had been seduced, abandoned, and doomed to life as a spinster. When her father, Tom Drake, died, Amelia and her mother found out they were broke. They decided to sell their sawmill to a business rival, Kyle Grayson. When Kyle put Amelia in a compromising situation, they had to marry.
Kyle married Amelia mainly out of guilt. Not only because the school board had caught him in her home, but also because he believed he had killed her father! Kyle had thought Tom betrayed him and confronted Tom. Tom was so distressed he went into cardiac arrest and died in Kyle's arms.

Both Amelia and Kyle had secrets they felt unable to reveal to the other. In addition, secrets from outside sources make the new marriage rocky and trust hard to come by. It was all about to come to a head!

I just gave a sample of what Amelia and Kyle were up against! Author Wendy Lindstrom gave this couple so many problems, suspicions, and betrayals that I could see NO WAY for them to have a happy ending! This author's talent shines through on every page! Recommended reading.
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I didn't expect to like Kyle, his stubbornness or inability to enjoy life but he surprised me in this book. He and Amelia had to show considerable patience in getting to know one another because often they seemed to be on different communication tracks. They both had secrets to get through before they could move on. Good character development, romance, a villain or two. Overall, a good book.