Married for more than twenty years, and with her children out of the nest, Ali Timberlake has come to Eternity Springs alone. Read more...
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Married for more than twenty years, and with her children out of the nest, Ali Timberlake has come to Eternity Springs alone. She s looking for answers to heartbreaking questions and searching for something that s missing deep within herself. Taking a lease on the Bristlecone Cafe in pursuit of a lifelong dream, Ali feels revitalized as she becomes part of this charming mountain town. But a big piece of her is still back in Denver with her husband, Mac, a successful judge and a man who isn t going to let the woman he loves leave without a fight.
When Mac shows up in Eternity Springs sexy, seductive, and determined to win his wife back he experiences the wonder of the place that has given Ali such feelings of happiness and belonging. He wants that for her, but even more, he wants that with her. Ali has found a special place for her heart. But is there still enough room left in that heart for him?"
- ISBN-13: 9780345518385
- ISBN-10: 0345518381
- Publisher: Ballantine Books
- Publish Date: April 2011
- Page Count: 352
- Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.1 x 1.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.4 pounds
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2011-03-28
- Reviewer: Staff
March's easy-to-love third Eternity Springs contemporary (after Hummingbird Lake) introduces empty-nesters Ali and Mac Timberlake, who must come to terms with the romantic game-changers of career success and grown children. March's flair for pleasingly imperfect characters and the stomach-tightening scenes of marital discord easily pull readers into the richly imagined world of Eternity Springs, Colo., where Ali decamps for a trial separation. With judge Mac's grueling docket keeping him back in Denver, Ali's adopted community begins to take center stage in her life. As the two try to reconcile, sensual scenes build on their years of experience and affection to create both heat and humor ("Mac collapsed on top of Ali... and thanked the Good Lord that he hadn't had a heart attack"). Readers will be breathless as Eternity Springs works its romantic magic once again. (May)