Out of The Blue
Publisher : Solstice Publishing
Description

When Erika sold her home and moved from Jersey City to a smaller town, she wasn't looking for love; she was trying to save face after her husband of twenty-two years asked her for a divorce to marry a woman half his age. When Kevin came knocking on her door, she realized she was ready to move on with her life, but this time it was her sister that came between her and the man she was in love with. After two broken hearts, she decided to move away and forget about men; however, her ex-husband had other ideas. Was Erika ready to forgive and forget, or was she still pining over another man? This is a lesson in what goes around, comes around. You'll laugh at the wittiness of the characters and cry at the events that separate them and bring them back together. This story will keep you guessing until the very end. And then the surprise comes!!!



The Story Behind This Book
When Erika sold her home and moved from Jersey City to a smaller town, she wasn't looking for love; she was trying to save face after her husband of twenty-two years asked her for a divorce to marry a woman half his age. When Kevin came knocking on her door, she realized she was ready to move on with her life, but this time it was her sister that came between her and the man she was in love with. After two broken hearts, she decided to move away and forget about men; however, her ex-husband had other ideas. Was Erika ready to forgive and forget, or was she still pining over another man? This is a lesson in what goes around, comes around. You'll laugh at the wittiness of the characters and cry at the events that separate them and bring them back together. This story will keep you guessing until the very end. And then the surprise comes!!!


Praise and Reviews
Laura at BookRix said about "Out of The Blue"  
I love this story so far. I read several pages and found myself quite into it. Currantly I am a fan of Nicholas Sparks, a romance writer himself, and this remined me of something he would write. Loved it. Great read!  Laura


Sunshine at Ghostwiter reviews:
 Erika and her sister Joni are the perfect representation of the opposite of night and day. Joni wants to be able to have her cake and eat it too, meaning she wants a marriage with some fun and excitement on the side when she gets bored. Erika, on the other hand, is just grateful to have the cake, after Daniel Thompson, her husband of 22 years and the father of her college aged daughter, decides he's not in love with her anymore, but with a girl who is young enough to be his daughter.
  Devastated by this, she moves away from him and the memories they've made. At her new house, she meets Kevin Richards, the attractive man who takes care of the neighborhood's lawn care needs. She would like for something to develop between them, but she doesn't want to rush into it, lest she scare him away. After several misfires, one mess caused by her sister, she's starting to think she's got no more luck left...

   I thought this story is a good example of how things can suddenly go wrong and how just as suddenly, life works itself out without too much meddling on our own parts. Sometimes, there really is nothing you can do except to just let things play out. I also thought it was a hopeful story for any woman going through any kind of break up. 

 stars-5-0.gif REVIEWER: Sunshine




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