Imagine meeting the love of your life while young and waiting until you’re older for him to even notice you. Can you picture watching your loved one as he suffers through cancer for 4 years, and thinking that your heart will never heal once he dies? Seeing Noah again, Juliet experiences something she never thought she’d feel again. This is the man who helped her many times when her much older husband, the general, needed help while sick. It’s not long before they strike up a tentative friendship. When Noah gets an envelope in the mail from the California Bar, he’s not that interested in opening it, but Juliet is thrilled and insists he find out the news – good or bad. When he tells her he’s passed, she seems more excited than he does. When she hugs him, it’s not long before magic happens and he embraces her with an erotic kiss designed to make Juliet’s knees melt with pleasure. Noah is younger than her, but there is something about him…
Ms. Ridgeway is author extraordinaire and knows how to tug on anyone’s heartstrings to grab your attention. I absolutely adored the quotes chosen to begin each chapter and I can tell she put much effort to ensuring they fit into this story. I’ve read many of her books and this time her efforts continue to intrigue me. I’m not normally a fan of younger men and older women, but the way this story was written, I understood the emotions of Juliet and Noah and wanted to get to know them better. Age no longer mattered. I felt sadness over Juliet’s loss, but knew that if she took a chance and really got to know Noah, she’d fall madly in love, just as I did. The rest of the characters in the book are critical to the success of the plot and are just as enjoyable. The sexual chemistry between Noah and Juliet is just enough to whet my appetite and keep my interest. For those who haven’t had the opportunity to read some of Ms. Christie’s work, go out to get Unravel Me today!
The follow-up to How to Knit a Wild Bikini.
Who knew knitting could be so sexy?<
Young widow Juliet Weston finds solace—and friendship—at beachside knitting shop Malibu & Ewe. But closer to home, a longtime family friend and former soldier is the one who will help her discover just how to knit two hearts together.