Sweet Peas in April (audiobook)

Adam West, a high powered lawyer gets the shock of his life when he arrives to meet a new client. She’s the wife he hasn’t seen since they separated ten years ago. Sam Reece doesn’t need the added complication of working with the husband who abandoned her a decade ago....
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Adam West, a high powered lawyer gets the shock of his life when he arrives to meet a new client. She’s the wife he hasn’t seen since they separated ten years ago.

Sam Reece doesn’t need the added complication of working with the husband who abandoned her a decade ago. She’s tried hard to put her failed marriage behind her, going back to her maiden name even though they never got divorced. 

The situation is bad enough as it is, but it seems Adam is the only person who can help.

Can they ever move past the tragedy of the past or will its long shadow prevent them ever working together?

 

 


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by Jasmine A.

Each is the last person the other wanted to see... Sweet Peas In April is the fourth book in the Flowers Can Be Fatal series by Clare Revell but it is only the third that I've listened to. I found the dynamic of a husband and wife separated by tragedy and poor communication, now forced to work together and rely on each other, to be unusual in romantic suspense and quite fascinating to listen to. One of the things that I like about the Flowers Can Be Fatal series is that each one is quite different. They all have that charming British flavor, flawed characters, romance, and danger. But no two stories have been a repeat, which is something that I've really liked. I did find it kind of fun that Sweet Peas In April is loosely connected to the previous book and takes place a little while later. Totally a nice touch on Clare Revell's part as I had gotten kind of attached to some of the characters. As with the previous books in the series the narrator for the audiobook is the perfect

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