To Love A Stranger by Adrianne Byrd
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
To Love A Stranger was a good read (not great), but good. I have to admit that part of the storyline was pretty original and it proved that love is the most powerful emotion known to man.
Madeline Stone was a good character, she had enough sass and spunk to laugh when her husband’s plane crashed. (I applauded at that). She had no love for the man who was supposed to be her husband risen from the dead. Her only concern was losing the business she had built after his demise. But again it is funny how love and the right touch can change things.
Christopher Stone, was what I would call a shell of a man. He seemed to have lost a huge part of himself when his brother’s plane went down. He wanted nothing more than to have his brother back with him, even if it was a lie.