meets west when Texas cowboy Rafe Walker falls for the well
to do Bostonian Cathy Fitzgerald. A weekend of hot passion
leads to Rafe and Cathy rearranging their lives to be
together. A spontaneous marriage proposal and a surprised
‘yes’ have Cathy packing up her city life and moving into
Rafe’s Texas ranch.
years later Rafe and Cathy find that passion may not have
been enough to build a relationship as their marriage is
crumbling apart. Will these two who obviously love each
other find a way to salvage their marriage and start to
trust in one another?
Second Wind is a very good story. Communication and
trust is the key to a solid relationship. Rafe and Cathy
had neither of these and to add to their problems, their
jobs didn’t leave them with much one on one time. Cathy did
well by Rafe, and honestly she gave a whole lot more than
she got from him. Rafe wasn’t a bad person he just wasn’t
on Cathy’s level, but opposites do attract and that was
definitely demonstrated here. What they lacked in other
aspects of their marriage they compensated with the strong
passion they had for each other. They were hot together but
need to work on life outside the bedroom. Readers looking
for a good breaking up and making up story, Second
Wind is a great choice, and I enjoyed it very much.