Title: His Wounded Light (The Light in the Wound #2)
Author: Christine Brae
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: December 8, 2013
The perfect life.
The perfect marriage. The jilted lover. Their worlds collide. Fate intervenes twelve years later and their paths intersect once again. All three will question whether the heart is truly capable of dividing and being divided; each will decide whether it matters who you loved first or who you love last. Together they will learn that in the end, there can always only be one.
Buy The Book
The characters jumped off the page in a sweet and gentle way. I did not know that they were apart of my heart until I hit the end of the book and found them there. The characters are ones that I got into and felt their pain and happiness. It felt realistic that I thought I was reading about two of my friends instead of a book of fictional characters.
The storyline is one that I have not gone through, but was happy of the way that this author made the storyline run through this book. The plot was a steady flow through out the book. There was just a little ups that got me wanting to turn the pages quickly, but most of the book was at the steady pace.
The settings blended from one chapter into another very well. The author did a great job having the book flow smoothly through out the chapters. There was no choppy sentences or hiccups in the writing.
*Complimentary copy provided by author/publisher for a real honest review.*
About The Author
Christine Brae is a full time career woman who thought she could write a book about her life and then run away as far as possible from it. She never imagined that her words would touch the hearts of so many women with the same story to tell. This is her second and final book in the Light in the Wound series. Her third book is scheduled to come out in late 2014. When not listening to the voices in her head or spending late nights at the office, Christine can be seen shopping for shoes and purses, running a half marathon or spending time with her husband and three children in Chicago.
They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder and that the eyes are the windows to the soul. Today, I see neither as I stare at the stranger in the mirror. There is nothing beautiful about me; I really don’t know what he sees. Even the dark circles around my eyes are cavernous and empty. They show no trace of someone who lives, only of someone who exists. No matter how hard I try, there is nothing familiar about the person I used to be. I don’t know where to find myself because I don’t know where I’ve gone. Who am I? As I struggle to accept my fate, these are the things I know: I am a mother and a sister. I am no longer a wife. I am someone else’s lover. He took away my heart and the life we made together. I will never recover. This time, these wounds will never heal. “Are you sure you have to leave tonight?” The sound of his voice transports me back to the present, where I’m standing in his robe, in his bathroom, in his home. He encircles his arms across my chest and plants little kisses on my neck. “Can’t you stay? I’ll take you home first thing tomorrow morning.” “Sorry, I really have to go. I want to be home to see Eddie off to school.” He tightens his hold and I relax my body against his. “You were absolutely amazing,” he whispers gruffly into my ear. “Stay with me a little longer. I’m not done taking care of you yet.” One day at a time. Tonight was all about forgetting but not yet forgiving. Filling but not replacing. And emerging from the abyss of loneliness knowing that I’ve pulled farther and farther away from the light.
PINTEREST CHARACTER CASTING
Buy The Book
Affected by her parents’ highly publicized divorce, Isabel grows up isolated and alone, with a resolve to never fall in love and repeat their mistakes.
When Jesse Cain enters her life, she falls hopelessly in love with him, and every sadness she’s ever felt is washed away by his intensity and passion. But people change as they grow up. Things can never stay the same forever. Jesse and Isabel fight to stay together, determined to hold on to what they once had. Isabel wonders if a second love can ever be enough to make her forget her first.