5 of 5 stars
“To fall in love again” is a truly love story.
After having lost their spouses, Drew and Amy thought they would never find another person to share their lives with.
They found themselves being dragged to each other by destiny, or perhaps by something bigger, and they had to face every obstacle in the way, their families, friends, co-workers, neighbors, and their own minds, trying to separate them.
I loved the book, I have to admit that I didn’t cry, but I was close.
The way David Burnett described the characters made me hate, really hate Jack, Marci, Barb and even Elaine for a while.
From the beginning I liked Drew, he is sweet and a gentleman, he loved his wife until death did them part and continued loving her even after that. He is honest and polite, my favorite character of the book.
I could understand Amy trough the book, but somehow, I started to dislike her choices, maybe because I could read both sides of the story, while she only knew one. Her, daughter, Cathy, would be my favorite female character.
I would read it again, without the stress of not knowing what will happen, it is a nice book to read at night and go to sleep making stories up in your mind
I recommend it to all the romance readers, but be aware you might need a box of tissues close.