In THE GOOD WIFE, Jane Porter brings us the story of youngest Brennan sister, Sarah and her husband Boone. Their relationship is a lesson in accepting the past and second chances. Jane Porter brought us a gut-wrenching read that has wonderfully flawed characters and a storyline that pulls you in.
Sarah was a character that I really hadn't liked in the previous two books. She seemed too needy, too whiny and too judgmental. But we learn a bit about Sarah in this book and see her hidden strength and realize that along the course of her life being a baseball player's wife, she lost herself.
Boone has his role in making Sarah the way she is. His career takes a priority over everything else and his infidelity almost completely broke them. But we get to know Boone and discover he is a man that very much loves his wife and his family.
Boone and Sarah have a tough road, especially with the ugliness of their family and friends infidelity taint what they are trying desperately to fix. Ultimately it comes down to Sarah learning to believe in herself and her husband for things to take a turn for the better.
Sarah Walker has always had endless love for her husband, baseball player Boone Walker. His infidelity almost destroyed her, but she was determined to hold onto her marriage. But despite what she says, she still wonders if he's with someone else. When her suspicions threaten to break her marriage once and for all, she has to decide if she can really forgive...both herself and Boone.
Is it possible to love someone too much?
Always considered the beauty of the family, the youngest Brennan sister, Sarah, remains deeply in love with her husband of ten years. Boone Walker, a professional baseball player, travels almost year-round while Sarah stays home and cares for their two children. Her love for her husband is bottomless?so much so that her sisters say it will end up hurting her.
Living apart most of the time makes life difficult, especially since Sarah often wonders whether Boone is sharing his bed with other women on the road, even though he swears he’s been true to her since his infidelity three years ago. While she wants to be happy and move forward in her life, Sarah constantly fears that Boone will break his promise. Now with Boone facing yet another career change, tension rises between the two, adding more stress to an already turbulent marriage. Emotionally exhausted, Sarah can’t cope with yet another storm. Now, she must either break free from the past and forgive Boone completely, or leave him behind and start anew . . .