Wednesday, April 14, 2010

A Note for an Old Acquaintance Review

From Amazon -
Brian Weller is a haunted man. It’s been two years since the tragic accident that left his three-year-old son dead and his wife in an irreversible coma. A popular author of mega- selling thrillers, Brian’s life has reached a crossroads: his new book is stalled, his wife’s prognosis is dire, and he teeters on the brink of despair. Everything changes the morning an e- mail arrives from Boston artist Joanna Richman. Her heartfelt note brings back all the poignant memories: the night their eyes met, the fiery passion of their short- lived affair, and the agonizing moment he was forced to leave Joanna forever. Now, fifteen years later, the guilt and anger threaten to overwhelm him. Vowing to make things right, Brian arranges a book- signing tour that will take him back to Boston. He is eager to see Joanna again, but remains unsure where their reunion will lead. One thing is certain: the forces that tore their love asunder will stop at nothing to keep them apart. Filled with tender romance and taut suspense, A Note from an Old Acquaintance is an unforgettable story about fate, honor, and the power of true love.

My Review -
When I first received this book I didn't know what to expect and when I read the back I wasn't sure if I'd like it or not. Well I did, and here is why....
I found it refreshing to see a romantic story from a man's perspective. Bill Walker has a way of making your feel the love and desire the characters have for one another. I even found myself crying at one part. This is one you should pick up!

Be sure to check out the guest post from Author Bill Walker Here

I received this book to review for free for my honest opinion, no other compensation was received.


Bill Walker said...

Thank you for your kind review. Just curious which part had you grabbing for the tissues.

Time4Mommy said...

When his wife passed. :(

crlyons77 said...

Sounds like a very interesting and emotional story. I might need to read this one.

Crocheted Little Things said...

Not sure if I could stand reading this