Double Wedding Ring
This book follows Late Bloomer in a four book series. This wonderful story of young love lost is fleshed out through a second chance, recovered memories, old friends, fate, and secondary characters. Many likeable and memorable characters re-visit with a growing cast. This second book is deeper and more intense but a wonderful re-read. It has stood the test of time on my keeper shelf.
Heroine Susan’s mother is a fearful woman. Her life choices reflect an unwillingness to even shift in her comfort zone. As a reaction to her mother’s fears, Susan takes bold chances. Her mother worries and resents her lack of control over her adult daughter who needs her help.
Susan’s young adult daughter Mallory finds her way toward self-assurance as she tries to keep peace in this fractured household without adequate knowledge which her grandmother determines to withhold. While her mother’s solid instincts guide the way, Mallory tries to walk the peacekeeping mission. Susan has lost most of her memory, yet she is incredible.
Double Wedding Ring adds to the layering of these four books.
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Reviewed by Robyn Daniels