The Lost Wife Paperback – 1 October 2011
- Paperback : 192 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0263886964
- ISBN-13 : 978-0263886962
- Dimensions : 11 x 1.2 x 17.1 cm
- Publisher : Mills & Boon - AU; First edition (1 October 2011)
- Language: : English
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About the Author
The day Maggie Cox saw the film version of Wuthering Heights, was the day she became hooked on romance. From that day onwards she spent a lot of time dreaming up her own romances,hoping that one day she might become published. Now that her dream is being realised, she wakes up every morning and counts her blessings. She is married to a gorgeous man, and is the mother of two wonderful sons. Her other passions in life - besides her family and reading/writing - are music and films.
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It is Ailsa and Jakes story, it is 4yrs since Ailsa has seen her ex husband, he usually sends his driver to pick up or fetch their daughter home to Ailsa, he came to let
her know that Saska was staying a week with his Mother in Denmark.
Ailsa was a bit unhappy about it because she missed her and it was a week to Christmas, Jake had to stay there because the weather was too dangerous to drive.
We find out that 4yrs ago Jake and Ailsa were in a very bad accident and they lost their unborn son Thomas, Jake blamed himself but it wasn't it was a drunk driver, they have never really talked about this, but they start to finally talk, really try to understand each other
Jake and Ailsa love each other very much, they make love, let me tell you, get some tissues
because the 2nd time they make love, well i cried i couldn't help it, you will understand
what i mean when you read it.
Jake asks Ailsa would she go to his Mums in Denmark and stay there for Christmas with their daughter, she agrees, His Mum is so kind and loving. Thier daughter has a wish to
Father Christmas, could her Mamma and Pappa be together.
After the accident Ailsa was told she would be unlikely to have any more children,
Jake said he loved her and their daughter, and also his son who he would never forget. Jake was happy with his family.
Oh what a beautiful story please read it, beautiful. what a writer is the author.
On another point - really would any good loving mother be okay with their only child staying with Grandma over Christmas without even asking her if the child could stay!!! I don't think so - custody laws come to mind. I would have had her shipped over in a flash lol! Oh and Mama and Papa hahahahaha - what century is this!!
It may sound silly but the the 'letter' the child wrote was PURE CHEESE! as was the rest of the book I am afraid (hence the need for the crackers).
Sorry but what child aged 9 calls their parents 'Mama and Papa', I found that a wee bit silly.
Maybe I am taking it all too seriously but I found it a bit too twee.