Will was a strong man, reeling from the loss of his wife and the burden of trying to be a mother and father to two small boys. When he met Jane at a group meeting, something about her called to him. When their group sessions were over, Will asked Jane out on a date, hoping to make their friendship something more. What resulted was more than he had ever hoped.
Will takes Jane on a voyage of self-discovery, and helps her to rebuild her self-worth and esteem. Jane opens her heart to Will, helping him to heal the wounds he didn’t even know he had. But an unexpected problem looms on the horizon. Will Jane and Will be able to weather the coming storm? Will their new love survive the trial?
LOVING WILL was a beautiful story. Ms. Boston has a gift with words, describing the feelings and emotions of the characters with heart-wrenching poignancy. You can almost feel Jane’s pain at the loss of her child, and her sense of betrayal over her husband’s actions. Will’s eagerness to help her, and to be with her is very sweet, and while his methods of helping her deal with her problems are a bit unorthodox, they are still effective. The chemistry between the two is explosive! The secondary characters help to add depth to the story, and the ending was perfect! All in all, this was an excellent story!