Book summary: "Willow Peterson is at a crossroads. Standing alone over her father's fresh grave, she ponders the question she's seen etched on everyone else's face. Will this loss send her over the edge too, as her husband's death did? She has come back once from the devastating effects of loss, started fresh in Cripple Creek, Colorado, and might find her second chance at love working as a portrait artist for photographer Trenton Van Der Veer. With help of the spirited Sinclair Sisters, can Willow embrace God's plan to overcome her past and provide a home for her?"
My review: I really enjoyed reading more about Willow Peterson after being introduced to her in a previous book about the Sinclair Sisters. Her character is funny, honest, and real. It was also fun seeing what was happening in the lives of the Sinclair Sisters. Twice a Bride is a book that can stand alone, but if the reader has read other books about the Sinclair Sisters it makes this book that much more interesting. The author does a great job digging deeply into the lives of her characters and Willow was no exception. Trenton Van Der Veer's character was a perfect compliment to Willow's character, and I enjoyed his part in the story as well. This was a book that I did not want to put down, and although the ending was predictable there were plenty of circumstances leading up to the ending that were not. I look forward to reading more about Willow and the Sinclair Sisters. I received a complimentary e-copy of this book from Waterbrook/Multnomah Press in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.