Some promises can't be kept.
Shannon Winters' picture perfect marriage is in shambles after a car accident left her husband an amnesiac. The commitment to vows he doesn't remember making keeps her fighting while covering up the parade of other women and a spectacle of bad behavior. Her career as owner and manager at a successful boutique hotel alongside the Hudson River is a refuge, but, at 37 years old, what she craves is the bond to be repaired.
Even 20 years after high school, Triston Keyes continues to be haunted by memories of the girl he'd lost, the only woman he's ever loved. When he meets Shannon during a vacation, Triston finally has the chance to apologize. It's the only hope he has if he ever wants to fall in love with anyone else.
Sparks rekindle between them, and Shannon struggles to find a reason to stay true to a broken marriage, which is quickly crumbling as she gravitates towards the forgotten love...until her husband pleas for her to come back.
But when the depth of betrayal is revealed, Shannon must choose her vows - and her beloved hotel - or remain true to her heart, while Triston must fight to keep the past from catching up to his future.
Both know nothing is a matter of luck, but a matter of choice....
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Fun listen, interesting plot twist
I was so impressed with all the voices that Piper did. Not only were the females voices excellent, but her male voices were very believable. Her expressions for each character were great when it came to anxiety, anger, or frustration. It was well done.
This is a well-written PG-rated romance, which happens to be the only kind I read. At the beginning I was frustrated with Shannon because she was excusing her husband's infidelity and his immoral actions because he has amnesia, simply because she felt he did not know what he was doing. As time went on, I finally understood that "marriage vows" were very important to Shannon and that was why she stayed with him. The author did a good job by gradually opening up what kind of person her husband really was and gradually revealing secrets about him. Although, I do have to say that I was frustrated that Shannon stayed with him for two years, thinking he was not at fault. I wonder how many women would do that!
- Linda Weaver Clarke