Getting Some of Her Own

Gwynne creates a fictional world of ideas and passions uly modern women and men struggling with a torrent of issues livered in accomplished prose that challenges us to think, feel, and imagine Robert Fleming, author of The Wisdom of the Elders After an absence of sixteen years, Susan Pettiford has come home to North Carolina, this time for good Thanks to Gwynne creates a fictional world of ideas and passions uly modern women and men struggling with a torrent of issues livered in accomplished prose that challenges us to think, feel, and imagine Robert Fleming, author of The Wisdom of the Elders After an absence of sixteen years, Susan Pettiford has come home to North Carolina, this time for good Thanks to an inheritance, she can start her own interior design business But it s not quite the life Susan hoped for Single at thirty four, she now faces a challenge that forces her to accept one of her dreams will never come true Battling sadness, Susan decides to engage in a fling.Architect Lucas Hamilton couldn t be surprised by Susan s dinner invitation after all, she s the same woman who clearly rebuffed his advances at a recent party Still, his curiosity overcomes his doubts The result is a night of seduction neither can forget yet neither intends to repeat While Susan focuses on her work and a new friendship with her troubled neighbor Cassie, Lucas focuses on his goal to become wealthier than the biological father he resents for being absent from his life Then, when Lucas s father resurfaces, he finds himself turning to Susan for counsel As the complexities of family, work, and their undeniable attraction lead their paths to cross repeatedly, their feelings for each other strengthen But the secret Susan is hiding from Lucas may destroy any future they share Touching, thought provoking Kimberla Lawson Roby, New York Times bestselling author on If You Walked in My Shoes A page turner, and it s one that deserves to be read in a few sittings QBR, The Black Book Review on Blues From Down Deep An unforgettable read Donna Hill, author of If I Could on When Twilight Comes
Getting Some of Her Own Gwynne creates a fictional world of ideas and passions uly modern women and men struggling with a torrent of issues livered in accomplished prose that challenges us to think feel and imagine Robert

  • Title: Getting Some of Her Own
  • Author: Gwynne Forster
  • ISBN: 9780758213105
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Getting Some of Her Own”

    1. Wonderful book, I picked up at my local library. I always enjoy Gwynne's stories. This story was moving and had a strong love conquers all theme. I liked that the main characters weren't the only ones dealing with a completed love story. I enjoyed the side stories of Cassie/Kix and Lucas's parents. I want to read Willis's love story. He seems like such a tough guy.

    2. I am a big fan of Gwynne Forsythe and this book only rates 3.5 stars. I like the story developing between Susan and Lucas, but the book bogs down at times. This is definitely a "love conquers all" story, just doesn't move very fast.

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