…she felt an urgency in his touch that she hadn’t felt before.
He did want her. Very much.
She felt a little thrill as that knowledge shot through her. It had been so long since she’d felt like a man wanted her urgently, like he was greedy to have as much of her as she was willing to give.
Following the death of her husband, Grace discovers that he was unfaithful to her. Feeling betrayed and alone she travels to the scene of his infidelity, a small and rustic lake front cabin, looking for evidence of his betrayal.
After sustaining serious injuries while deployed in Afghanistan as a Naval Intelligence operator, Aidan is using the cabin to recover both physically and psychologically.
Both Aidan and Grace have baggage, both are heart-sick. Over one week they are able to begin healing each other and start looking to the future. But they also have lives waiting for them, Aidan is career Navy and Grace has an established business in Ohio. The question is can they turn five days together into a lifetime promise.
Five Days Grace is a sweet and easy to read contemporary romance. I thought it was a little longer than it needed to be, but it was still a very satisfying read.
Many thanks to ePublishing Works and Netgalley for providing me with this ARC