(The Colville Stories Book 1)
Literary Fiction , Women's Fiction
Pub Date 01 Apr 2019
"There’s everyone else in the world. And then there is you."
World-class heart surgeon Dr. Peter Sutter runs his life with the instinctive precision of a master of the universe. But when he leaves the operating room, the only living thing waiting for him is a golden retriever. Then a chance encounter with an enigmatic woman changes everything.
Exploring the depths of Rosalind's intoxicating body and captivating spirit, Peter quickly falls under her spell. Miraculously, the feeling is mutual.
But fate is waiting just around the corner. And it might be carrying a lead pipe.
Rosalind is a sensual, witty, moving story about the joy of real love, the surprise and delight of unexpected passion, and the transcendent power of human connection
It took me a while to get into this story as it was written
from the male perspective and thinking which was initially confusing for
me. I have read stories written this way
before so this was surprising, however I persevered and was glad. The prose
improved in style and content and I began to understand the author’s mindset.
And it clicked. I saw the rationale for his behaviours as his explanations
became clear, and it was in truth a real love story.