A Woman Like Annie
by Inglath Cooper Harlequin
Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0000000000
Rating: 9/10 (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards
A heartwarming tale. A story of love as it should be, one that will leave you with a longing for the same type of happiness that Annie McCabe wants. Annie McCabe has taken over the job of Mayor in Macon's Point, Virginia, when her ex-husband dumped it and her to run off with a younger woman. The town is faced with a major crisis as the one factory that employs most of the residents is threatened with being sold and it becomes Annie's job to convince the owner, Jack Corbin, to keep it going. Jack Corbin returns to his home town with the idea of getting rid of the factory and leaving as quickly as possible. A man used to making decisions and sticking by them, this time he runs into unexpected obstacles and is forced to reassess his reasoning behind this decision. The past rises to torment him with feelings he thought long buried and he is faced with old truths that change his view of the present as Annie hopes desperately to talk him into keeping the factory in operation. Inglath Cooper has used her creative talent to give the reader a look at love as we would want our own to be, a small town where we'd love to live, characters who we'd meet on the street and call friends. This is one love story that won't end when you close the book, it will continue in your heart. A story worth reading more than once. Highly recommended by this reviewer.