Thursday, June 11, 2015

Next Time Love Comes

Next Time Love Comes by Linda L Picl

Sometimes marriage isn't all it's cracked up to be. Sometimes you have to take your own life in your hands and change it for the better. 

Elizabeth Peters knows this and when she meets Aiden Roberts and his handicapped child, she realizes she'll have a fight ahead of her if she wants this man in her life. 
Aiden Roberts has met the perfect woman, Elizabeth Peters. She's gorgeous, funny and loves his son and family. What more could he ask for? The only problem is – they are both married to other people. 

Despite the huge obstacle, Aiden is convinced they should be together. But is the one perfect night they shared enough to make her want to leave her marriage? 
Elizabeth Peters wonders if it is possible to outgrow a marriage. Of course it is and sometimes it takes all you have inside of you to make the change that will make the rest of your life worth living. Elizabeth Peters and her husband Vince are at a dangerous crossroads. His career is all he cares about. His wife and family have been pushed to the back seat of his life, leaving Liz with the realization she has to be the one to take control of her own destiny. Many woman consider leaving their marriage but Liz knows she's the one who’s going to have end it. When she meets Aiden Roberts who has already lived an incredibly hard life and needs her love, she knows this is her big chance to have everything she’s always wanted. Meeting his family during an almost fatal event, she knows she loves them all, including Aiden's son. The problem comes when she is dragged back into the fold after a devastating accident leaves her husband also needing her like he's never needed or wanted her before. Liz walks a fine line between caring for another man and his family and taking care of the man she's been with for so many years. 

Where does she draw the line between concern and love? Her past and her present collides when Vince doesn't remember their love is over, forcing her to relive the past and possibly have to do so for the rest of her life. She has to find the solution to everyone else’s problems before she can fix her own. Elizabeth also has to decide which destiny she wants. 
Aiden and Elizabeth’s story celebrates the fact that life is short, we all deserve as much happiness as we can grab.

3.0 out of 5 stars bad copyJune 11, 2015
This review is from: Next Time Love Comes (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book free in exchange for an honest review*
This was a sweet, redeeming romance. I would have thoroughly enjoyed it, but the copy I got was horribly edited. There were many errors. It may have been a badly converted file, I'm not sure, it's only based on what was sent to me to review.
Based on the story itself, this would have been a 4 star romance. The characters were pretty well developed but I wasn't completely feeling attached to them. I don't mind romances involving single parents, but what I don't like is them taking a whole central point to the story. I want a romance.
Unfortunately, because the copy I have is so messed up, I really found it hard to get through the book. I couldn't just sit down and enjoy it.
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