Willow Emery is in the middle of chemotherapy when she literally runs into Asher Wellington on the sidewalk after treatment with a rather unfortunate outcome. She is alone in a new city and doesn’t need anyone in her life. If life has taught her anything it’s that you can’t rely on anyone.
Asher is a young widower, devastated by the tragic death of his wife Olivia three years earlier. He has given up the idea of ever finding the kind of love that he shared with his late wife. Will one fateful day bring two lost souls together? Will taking a chance lead them to a happily ever after or will the challenges they face keep them apart?
This is one of those books that just a great piece of escapism, the story is so sweet and filled with so much love and friendship, even though there is some heavy issues in the plot they never over shadow the true love aspect of the story.
Asher is such a lovable sweet heart he and Willow are made for each other they are such a strong wonderful couple that have such a connection.
This story just fills you with so much happiness and joy that the love over flows. The whole factor of Olivia bringing Asher and Willow together made your insides warm and mushy and indeed did bring a tear to my eyes more than once, at the cemetery and the wedding especially with the yellow roses on a seat for her, beautiful.
Asher’s family really add a great closeness to the whole plot, i can imagine future books with them as the main characters, you want to get to know them more they are really nice people.
The whole story gave me a such a nice feeling inside, until i got to the epilogue then i was thinking why couldnt the author have just left me with the smile i had.
The part where Olivia came was kind of nice but the other parts i was thinking NO! dont let poor Asher go through this again, even thought hey had years before it happened he was still left with the hurt and heartache of losing another wife i didnt want the book to end like that, i wanted a HEA, i know Asher and Willow got it, but i didnt and i kind of left me feeling sad.