Release date: August 18, 2015
Genre: Women’s Fiction/Contemporary
Cover designed by: Indie-Spired
The Wife. Alexa is drifting through life, trying to be the person she thinks she should be. She’s made a loving home for her family, but with each passing day, she watches her husband’s heart slip away, and feels more isolated and alone.
The Mother. Determined to keep her family together, Alexa submerges herself in her new business and begins to find her independence again. She takes every opportunity to show her husband the wonderful family they’ve built together, hoping to win back his heart.
The Truth. When a ghost from her past enters Alexa’s life in the most unexpected way, she’ s left questioning everything she believes. Lies will be told and secrets will be unveiled, leaving Alexa fighting for her life.
The End. There’s no way for Alexa to know what’s awaiting her.
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S.P Cervantes lives in Orange County, California with her husband and three children, where she is a teacher. She enjoys spending time with her family, writing, reading, and running, but is always thinking of an idea for her next novel.
S.P. Cervantes is the author of the highly rated New Adult Romantic Fantasy series Secrets of Shadow Hill. “Always and Forever”, “The Prophecy”, and “War of Wizards” are available now.
S.P. Cervantes also has a contemporary romance series, A Broken Fairy Tale, “Dust to Dust”, “Wished Away” and “His Jar of Hearts” are now available.
This second chance romance was nothing like I thought it would be.
The wife. The mother. The truth. I read this – The Wife’s blurb and wasn’t totally sure what Alexa’s romantic adventure would be. I was intrigued and curious. Would she work things out with her husband or have a torrid affair?? I had no clue.
I was not prepared for the emotional journey that I took with the main character. It was like S.P Cervantes reached inside of my chest and gripped my heart – not letting go until the very end of the book. She captured and imprinted the feelings of one women’s insecurity and her pain. I believe if the author wanted her reader’s to truly experience Alexa’s heartache and angst, she succeeded.
However by the time I finished reading, I felt that the strength of the book’s plot was not about me feeling her heartache – it more about how I felt when Alexa realizes her own personal truths. When she allowed herself a second chance at happiness and love – it evoked such incredible delight in me. It made for an amazing story.
I truly enjoyed The Wife and highly recommend it.