Just the Two of Us by Jo Wilde
Author: Jo Wilde
Publisher: Forever (Grand Central Publishing)
Genre: Romance, Women's Fiction
No. of Pages: 289
Date of Publication: 12 April, 2022
My Rating: 4 Stars
If you asked me what the worst part of this book is? For me, it’s the fact that I can’t look at the title without thinking of the song (the one from the 1980’s song, the one that just gets stuck in your head and won’t leave).
A really sweet second chance romance.
eARC kindly provided by Forever (Grand Central Publishing) and NetGalley. Opinions shared are my own.
A couple on the brink of divorce after 35 years of marriage gets a second chance to rediscover their love now that a pandemic lockdown has forced them to spend more time together.
Julie and Michael Marshall have stayed together through thick and thin, through better and worse -- and, for the last few years, it has mostly been worse. As their thirty-fifth wedding anniversary approaches, Julie realizes something: she doesn't want to pretend anymore.
Divorce papers at the ready, she's just about to have The Talk with Michael when everything changes. Lockdown begins and Julie and Michael face the greatest terror they can imagine: uninterrupted time with each other. But, when stripped of all distraction and forced to meet eyes across the dinner table, could it be that Julie and Michael might find a way back to where they first began?
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