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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Life's Unexpected Adventures: Volume 2 by Joanne Rawson is a collection of short stories that are snappy and very entertaining. There are three stories in this volume and, just like the last time, these stories are going to make you laugh. These are definitely the stories that you will love to read at night in bed or on the nights when you are sitting in front of the fireplace with a glass of wine.
The first story - “Always Mr. Wrong” - is about a young mother named Clare Darby who is living an eventful yet boring life. She has her cute little daughter, but that is that. There is no husband and no male companion to keep her warm and make her body tingle with need. There is no one to share passion with. The need is always there to find her Mr. Right. And when her little daughter asks Clare what she wants for Christmas this year, can Clare tell her that this year she wants her Mr. Right?
The 2nd story is “Zoe North.” This story was actually pretty sweet. It is about a woman named Zoe who is just about to step up to the altar and marry the man she loves. As she is walking down the aisle towards him, she remembers how they literally fell in love and how they braved the hurdles. All of that comes back at the moment when they say “I do.”
The 3rd story is “Coming Home for Christmas” and this story I loved the most. The story follows Sophie and Thomas. Sophie recently lost her husband and now she is taking her daughter back to her hometown. Her family is picture perfect only in the pictures. Sophie makes it her goal to bring her family closer this Christmas. Thomas is a man who has suffered loss and he is cautious of love. But Sophie has somehow gotten under his skin and now there is nothing that can stop Sophie from making her place in his heart and life.
This is a really good collection. All of these stories are perfect and really fun. I would recommend every romance lover pick them because they are bound to make you smile.