I’ve always been fascinated with amnesia stories. Broken Wings simply flowed as my fingers flew across the keyboard. From the opening sentence, to the very end, it was the easiest book for me to write.
Noah Carrington loves his wife. He can’t come to terms with how a love he felt was so strong could fall apart in such a short amount of time. How his Eden could turn cold toward him to the point of asking for a divorce.
Eden Carrington loves her husband. He’s her first love. What could possibly happen to get her to the point of wanting out of her marriage? Broken Wings allows this young couple to start fresh. Without memories, it’s an opportunity to get past hurt and anger to see what the heart really feels.
I hope you enjoy the story of Eden and Noah as much as I enjoyed writing it. To feel the struggle Noah goes through wondering if her divorce demand will reemerge when her memory does. To experience with Eden falling in love – again – with her first and only love.
Sometimes you need a fresh start.
Here’s to all those fortunate enough
to fall in love again – and again – and again
every day with the one you’re with.