With No Regrets is the second novel I've read by Julie N. Ford and turned out to be not what I expected, in a great way.
First, I have a sleek, sexy 40's divorcee as the main character. Second, a best friend who is willing to die to bring Finley to the brink of happiness. And third, some very hunky men fighting over her.
Riding the post divorce roller coaster wave of emotions, Finley has to do what all women do in her position must, find a way to live her life and discover exactly what that means.
Ms. Ford has crafted not only a believable story, but navigates the emotional gauntlet of her characters with ease and finesse. Be prepared for a gripping journey filled with discovery that will have you cheering on all the characters (even the villains) to a satisfying end.
Living With No Regrets Is Harder Than It Seems
Finley isn’t exactly sure when her life began to feel unfamiliar. She suspects the transformation started long before she caught her husband and fellow garden club member doing the white-trash-two-step on her new Bernhardt sofa. Now free from the shackles of a loveless marriage, and with her children off to college, she’s finally able to go searching for the missing pieces of her heart.
Finley’s best friend, Cathyanne, is already working hard to ensure that Finley finds true love this time around. But when Finley is unwittingly tossed into the arms of two men—their sexy trainer and her neighbor, a popular country star—Cathyanne fears finding the right guy will be more complicated than she ever could have imagined.
For Finley, building a new life feels as impossible as flying a paper airplane to the moon. But maybe, just maybe, with the right help, she will find her whole heart—even if it’s in the very last place she thinks to look.