Marilyn had raised her children on her own, often working three jobs to support them. With her children grown and working in a greasy restaurant, the past was almost behind her. Marilyn often thought about her husband Bobby but two decades after his death, she had almost accepted it.
On the train one cold December morning, a stranger with information about Bobby finds her. Torn between wanting to know about her husband or not, Marilyn talks with the man. New Years night would come to be a changing point in both of their futures.
Who is the man that met her on the train? How did he know where she would be?
"After All These Years" is a book that will keep you reading to the end. It's full of emotion and suspense. "After All These Years" is a story worth taking the time to read. You won't be disappointed! The book flowed well and I hope to see more by Gwen in the future.
When Marilyn first meets William at the train station on a cold December day, she thinks he's crazy. Soon she realizes that he's not crazy-just quirky-and she is stunned that he recognizes her as the wife of Bobby Overmire, a Marine who was killed in the Beirut bombings in 1983. As time passes, Marilyn becomes much more interested in William than in the husband she lost over two decades ago. But William is harboring a secret-a secret that could destroy Marilyn's world all over again.