When the World Is Right by Margo Hoornstra

The Wild Rose Press

Contemporary Romance

Reviewed by Katherine

   

 

Brian Hawthorne knew he was at a critical moment in his marriage.  He and Casey had only been married for six months, yet they had had a fight the previous night that resulted in them both hurling hurtful words at one another, and Brian stayed the night at a hotel.

Now here he was, hesitating on the porch, with the one gift he hoped would salvage their marriage.

When the World is Right is a reflective story of a man very much in love with his wife, and hoping they can work through their problems.  There is more introspection and flashbacks than interaction between Brian and Casey, but given the length of the story, it worked perfectly.

     

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