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Unexpected Arrivals: A Geneva Key Beach Novel Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B077LTKGPN
- Publisher : Wallflower Publishing (18 November 2017)
- Language : English
- File size : 1385 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 304 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 84,639 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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In this book, Unexpected Arrivals by Stephie Walls, we get Cora’s story, James’ story and Chelsea’s story. This is not a book about a threesome but it is about three people whose lives over the years have become interlinked and entwined in the most remarkable of ways.
The prologue is set in the present day with James receiving notification that he has been called to provide DNA for a paternity claim. Thoughts race through his head. One of his primary thoughts being that Cora, his wife, will not be pleased. And that’s an understatement.
We are then sent back in time by 15 years to witness a young James and Cora as they meet, fall in love and decide to be together. Just as they are about to settle into their careers, Cora drops the bombshell that she wants to break up with James. James is blindsided and unable to convince her to stay.
James has never stopped loving Cora but he is lost without her. During his time away from her, he meets Chelsea. There is nothing between them apart from a brief coupling when they are both in need of human touch and companionship. Neither expects or wants a relationship with each other. They continue to communicate for a brief time, with Chelsea even advising James he should seek out Cora and try again. Unbeknownst to James, Chelsea falls pregnant and chooses not to tell him. And that’s all I’m going to say to avoid spoiling this well plotted story.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. My emotions were shuffled in all directions as I became angry with Cora for leaving James, frustrated with James for being unable to successfully move on from Cora, sad for Chelsea as she dealt with family issues that were out of her control. I think the best part – and worst – was that I could relate to all these people. No one was right. No one was wrong. No one was to blame. Every one of them was impacted in both good and bad ways by the things that life had dealt them. Everyone was human. And the biggest lesson? That the impact a person has on your life should not be measured by the amount of time spent with them. The shortest time can offer both the greatest rewards and greatest challenges.
This story is a wonderful account of lost chances, second chances, selfless choices and selfish choices. I highly recommend it.
This is the story of two people who meet in high school and are a perfect match. They both come from wealthy families but have very different backgrounds.
They begin their journey and think they know which direction they are heading in but life has a way of getting in the way and their journey takes a severe detour leaving everyone wondering if they will ever get back on track.
This is a story about life and curveballs and making the best of a situation while life comes full circle.
As I said, it does start of slow, but once you get to about the half way mark it becomes a story that wraps you up in the emotion of the characters and by the time you get to the end you feel like their world is complete.
The characters are relatable (Except for the filthy rich part!), likeable and the support characters are highly entertaining and a huge part of the main characters lives.
This is a story that is well worth one clicking. It is a little bit sexy, a little bit angsty and is very warm and fuzzy too!
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