Marriage in Jeopardy [NOOK Book]

Overview


Every marriage has its problems

On the surface, Josh and Lydia Quincy have it all?a nice house, a baby on the way, work they both love. But one tragic act reveals cracks in their marriage that can? t stay hidden.

While Lydia mends physically from an attack that ends her dream of family, neither she nor Josh is sure their marriage will recover. Hoping they can still make things work, the two go to Josh? s ...

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Marriage in Jeopardy

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Overview


Every marriage has its problems

On the surface, Josh and Lydia Quincy have it all—a nice house, a baby on the way, work they both love. But one tragic act reveals cracks in their marriage that can’ t stay hidden.

While Lydia mends physically from an attack that ends her dream of family, neither she nor Josh is sure their marriage will recover. Hoping they can still make things work, the two go to Josh’ s hometown. A place where even more ghosts exist for Josh.

A husband and wife—physically together, but emotionally so very far apart. Can they find a way back to each other?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459221789
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 11/15/2011
  • Series: Hometown U.S.A. Series , #1336
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 288
  • File size: 266 KB

Meet the Author


Anna Adams wrote her first romance in wet sand. The Atlantic Ocean washed it away, but Anna kept going. Her stories are of love, like the proverbial stone in a lake, making ripples that spread and contract and involve. From Iceland to Hawaii, and points in between, Anna and her own hero share with children and family and friends who’ve become family. All this living and loving gives Anna plenty of fodder for stories of love set in real life. Come along and live them with her!
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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Great romance

    Josh and Lydia Quincy seem like the perfect American couple. That is until Vivian Durance, the wife of her spouse¿s client, assaults a pregnant Lydia near the courthouse. She miscarries. Psychologically Lydia fails to heal and is unable to remain in their expensive townhouse and needs to leave town. She believes Josh prefers keeping his reputation as best public defender in Hartford, Connecticut over her needs for them to feel safe this was not the first incident only the deadliest.----- Lydia threatens to end their marriage if they fail to leave town and to return to his hometown. Josh agrees to the blackmail because he still loves Lydia, but this is a place he detests as this is where his worst nightmare occurred. His sister drowned because their parents were too drunk to rescue her. As soon as he reaches Maine, Josh begins to wonder whether staying with Lydia though he loves her is worth the price of coming to a place that hosts his nastiest nightmare.------ MARRIAGE IN JEOPARDY turns a light on the aftermath impact of a tragedy on a relationship even a loving one. There is no doubt that Josh loves his wife or he would never agreed to go to Maine yet he still may find her needs too overwhelming as he has his own demons fueled by guilt and grief to fight. This is not an easy tale to read even with a glimmer of light amongst the dark yet no question this is a deep well written character study in which love may not prove enough to save a MARRIAGE IN JEOPARDY from a tragedy.----- Harriet Klausner

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