Beloved by Robin Lee Hatcher
A flip-flop story that left me hungrily turning the next page to devour the words.
Diana Brennan was an orphan. She became seperated from her siblings as a family from the west chose to adopt her. At 17, she fell for Tyson Applegate. Before long, Tyson sets off for adventures around the world. Diana, left behind, waits for his return as her heart starts to grow cold.
Years later, believing Tyson died on the battlefield in Cuba, although his body was never found. Diana is set to have her husband legally declared dead and remarry.
Tyson puts a dampner on her plans when he appears at her engagement dinner and now she's made a deal: be the token wife of a political candidate in exchange for a divorce.
But best laid plans...
Twists and turns were peppered throughout the book. Two forceful personalities are on the battlefield.
Robin Lee Hatcher uses her words in a plain spoken fashion and tells of not just a romance but also a battle of wills and a battle of faith. She has an unique style that entranced me and encouraged me to pursue her other books.
Wonderful read, wonderful storyline, wonderful day spen ignoring all of my chores.