Summer of Two Wishes

Summer of Two Wishes

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Summer of Two Wishes by Julia London, Natalie Ross

Macy Lockhart’s life shattered in a moment with the news that her husband, Finn — serving in the military overseas — has been killed in the line of duty. Their ardent and devoted marriage is over, leaving Macy alone, empty, directionless. But while she tries to sustain herself with memories of Finn, the quiet, strong man who made her and their small Texas ranch the center of his life, it is wealthy Wyatt Clark who slowly brings joy back into her life. Her love for Wyatt may be less romantic than the breathless passion she’d once shared with Finn, but she vows to cherish him, and their marriage is happy and as solid as a rock. Until the day that Finn, miraculously spared from death, returns home to claim his bride. . . .
How can a woman choose between the two men she loves? And how will she make the right choice - for herself and everyone involved? In a deeply moving, passionate novel, New York Times bestselling author Julia London illuminates the questions hidden in a woman’s heart.

“Superbly crafted characters, graceful writing, and sinfully sexy romance.” — Booklist

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781441851055
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Publication date: 06/29/2010
Edition description: Unabridged, 9 CDs, 11 hrs. 6 min.
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 5.40(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author


Julia London
is the New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Scandal, The Perils of Pursuing a Prince, The Hazards of Hunting a Duke, Highlander Unbound, Highlander in Disguise, Highlander in Love, and eight other romantic novels, including the popular Rogues of Regent Street trilogy. She lives in Round Rock, Texas.

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Summer of Two Wishes 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 40 reviews.
West_Texan More than 1 year ago
What a story! I was totally engaged from the first page on. When I finished the book I was satisfied but I can't wait for the next book in the series to come out for more. Julia has a way of wrapping me into the characters she has created. I can visualize the settings and I almost felt as if I were there. I will be one of the first to purchase her next book.
Debtheromantic More than 1 year ago
The previous reviews have summarized the plot so I won't repeat. I will just say that I, too, could not put the book down. However, the end left me rather disappointed. Not because of Macy's choice. But because it all seemed a little too tidy. Everyone's behavior became a little too good-to-be-true and all the messiness -- Finn's PTSD, Macy's complications, Sam's issue, Wyatt's handling of the land issues -- all turned out to be not much more than fleeting problems. Too bad because the plot was original and had all the makings of a good movie script. But the ending was just too lame.
JaneMyersPerrine More than 1 year ago
Julia London left Regency England and flew her time machine straight to the present in Cedar Springs, TX. With her, Ms. London brought her New-York-Times-best-seller-list writing skills. She needed every one of them because this must have been a tough book to write. She succeeds, of course, but only the most talented of writers-like Julia London-would be able to pull together this weaving of stories and emotions. For almost everyone in town, the homecoming of Finn Lockhart, previously reported as dead but now found after three years in captivity, is a cause for celebration. But not for Wyatt Clark who is now married to Finn's wife Macy. And, while Macy is overjoyed the love of her life is safe, how does she treat Wyatt, the man who pulled her from the deep depression after Finn's reported death and to whom she owes her sanity? How can a woman make a decision like that? Although Finn's return is joyful, it brings with it problems and repercussions for many citizens of Cedar Springs. How does the town handle the return of a war hero? How does the man who doesn't consider himself a hero take the adulation and interest his return brings with it? From the tangled motives and feelings, Ms. London creates a marvelous story of love and deceit, hope and redemption. She deals honestly with the deep emotions of Finn's family and friends. Perhaps the most poignant is Finn's story. This is a man who returns home to find all those things he dreamed about, that kept him going during his captivity, are gone: his wife, his land, his career, even his horses and dog. How does he deal with the trauma of those three years and his losses when his privacy is constantly invaded? Macy and Finn face incredibly difficult choices. Through Ms. London's deft writing and great talent, we feel the pain of the characters and cheer for them to have their two wishes-and many more-granted. This book is highly recommended, a real keeper and the start of a new chapter of Ms. London's exceptional career. Jane Myers Perrine
ajenkins979 More than 1 year ago
Wow! This book was an emotional rollercoaster (for the characters). So many ups and downs, and hard decisions to make. I have no clue how I would have handled Macy's situation, that is one tough call. I loved Macy & Finn, I didn't care for Wyatt at all (not even any where in the book). Wyatt was a total jerk, yes I understand it was a rough time. But he was never understanding or "there" for Macy. But he claimed to care for her so much, he had no sympathy for her. Macy & Finn, had true love. A love that last, that makes you still want each other no matter what. Macy & Wyatt had what I call a material love. He was there for her (years ago) when she was down. Then to keep her by his side, he would buy her gifts. In my opinion to make her forget Finn and love him. That is not a lasting relationship. I had a hard time putting this book down, I was very captured by the story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love Julia London's book and this does not disappoint! Easy reading.
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Very well written, no long boring unneccessay dialogs. Enjoyed the book club review questions and suggestions at the end. Will follow this author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was thorughly sick of the wife by the end.
Rhodes123 More than 1 year ago
Contemporary Romance, Military, Dog, Family, Small Town... A Heart-wrenching, emotional book. Exceptionally written with great characters and a intriguing plot.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this book!!  This is one I go back and read over and over
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good story moves well...sweet!
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Loved it...kept me entertained and excited to turn the page.
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Lori Kosmicki More than 1 year ago
A good read but the sex scenes were too graphic. The story line didn't need the details like in grphic romance novels. I would have ranked her in a class like nicholas sparks if it were't for the sexual content.
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