It’s time for another O’Brien tale. Sherryl Woods does another great job weaving the story of Mack Franklin and Susie O’Brien’s story of friendship into a story of love. There is just so much story to tell within a limited amount of pages so she gets right to it.
I guess this is what I enjoy about reading Sherryl’s novels. She gets right to it. Susie and Mack are not dating and certainly not falling in love. Ha! That’s a good one! There is no doubt in this reader’s mind that this is exactly what is happening.
Unfortunately the two must go through some pretty serious issues to deal with before they can truly come to grips with their feelings. The good news is that the O’Brien clan is a large one and when something happens to one of them, it happens to all of them. Their support system is truly remarkable.
Mack must come to grips with his own problems in addition to Susie’s. Fortunately they have each other to lean on and with the growing love, there isn’t a thing that they can’t overcome together.