They might be stepbrother and -sister, but there was no sibling love between Marcus Walker and Annie Sinclair. Marcus had made sure of that and paid the price ever since.
Annie spent five years in self-imposed exile in New York. When her marriage ended, Annie and her daughter returned to Blue Mountain to heal.
Seeing Annie for the first time since she got married, had been a shock. Marcus had just begun to pick up the pieces of his life and he wasn’t ready to deal with Annie yet.
For two years Marcus stayed in the background, watching Annie heal. When she did, Marcus was there, but did he lose this second chance or could they find their piece of heaven on Blue Mountain?
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
I've adored reading Francine Beaton's A Playing For Glory series & feel like wise with A Blue Mountain just as much, though here there's more ups & downs with how they finally find that they should've followed their hearts. Here we have Anna Marie (Annie) Sinclair who has been connected & extremely close from day one towards Marcus Walker. Marcus has always been in love with Annie, but then from being so close & nearly for the everlasting things take a drastic turn for both of them. But it takes a few years after they've gone their separate ways from each other and the lives they believed was to be theirs dies....
Come in and see how they leave & if & how things turn out for them....