The Wait for Red Roses by Larion Wills


The Wait for Red Roses by Larion Wills
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Cinda has rebuilt her life after being harshly dumped by her ex-husband, Curtis Wellborn.

Five years later she opens her front door to find a person portraying him standing there wanting another chance. Turns out that prior to five years ago he has no memory. He woke in a hospital with amnesia and severe head trauma. He is hired by Curtis’s cousin Joann’s huband, Peter Bolwin to portray Curtis. Peter needs Cinda to sign divorce papers that she thought was already finalized. He and cousin Brian are trying to take over the company that Curtis’s father runs. They won’t let anything or anyone stand in their way.

There are a lot of twists and turns in the book. I was pulled in from the first and absolutely loved it.

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