I Want to Hold Your Hand
Berkley / June 3, 2014 / $7.99 print & digital
Almost seven years after losing her husband in Iraq, Hannah Abbott Guthrie isn’t sure she’s ready—or able—to move on, but the attentions of a lifelong friend are making her think about it for the first time. The memory of the sweet kiss she shared with Nolan Roberts hasn’t strayed far from her thoughts, but she also fears that pursuing something with him would mean betraying her husband’s memory.
Nolan has loved Hannah for years, but he’d been giving her the space she needed to heal from her devastating loss. Now, when an opportunity arises to show her how he feels, Nolan can’t resist, but he knows earning her love will take more than a kiss. Somehow he has to prove to Hannah that finding love twice in a lifetime is possible—and well worth risking her heart.
In her latest book, Marie Force brings us back to Vermont, into the home of the Abbott Family. In this particular family (of 10 children), there is only one way to describe them, which is 'close,' a nice way of saying everyone knows each other’s business. Even with most of them now grown and out of the house, some things don’t change, and keeping things personal around the Abbot family is impossible.