Just The Way You Are by Barbara Freethy
A baby brought them together — and even though Alli has always loved her strong, sexy husband Sam and the life they’ve made together, she’s now decided to set him free to follow his youthful dreams. For although she worships Sam, it’s no longer enough for her to be wife and lover when she knows she holds so little of his heart.
Sam has always dreamed of a life away from the close-knit world of Tucker’s Landing, but marriage and fatherhood ended all that. Now Sam is torn between what was and what was meant to be. He must decide if it’s time to rekindle the dreams of the past…or accept Alli, and her love, just the way she is. (via Goodreads)
Yes, I do like chicklit and won’t apologise for that. Just the Way You Are is sixth book of Barbara Freethy’s that I’ve read in the last couple of years. I love the real way she creates characters and completely believe plots. This one is clutches at your heart and draws you into the story of a couple struggling to know what love really means to them.
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