The Sinclair Men, 3
There is no boundary when it comes to love and lust.
David Sinclair has been in love with Molly ever since she walked into his life. The problem is, the Sinclair line is destined to only love one woman. At least, that is what he believes. When he gets Molly pregnant through one night of passion, he does the right thing and marries her.
After twenty-five years of being in his dead wife’s shadow, Molly demands a divorce. When David refuses, she has no other choice than try to make it work. She is in love with him and wants nothing more than for him to whisper those same words.
Can David rectify the sins of his past? Will he be able to move on and accept that Molly is the woman he loves? Or will her fail and finally know what loss truly means?
Posted by NOR on 23rd Feb 2013
‘Learning to Forgive’ is the third book in the Sinclair Men series by Sam Crescent. David Sinclair has loved Molly from the moment he met her, but he has never told her. After being married to David for twenty five years Molly has had enough. David refuses to divorce Molly no matter how many times she brings it up. Molly still loves David and tries to make it work one last time.
This book has so much promise in it. The excuse for not telling Molly was childish and cowardly. I am amazed that Molly stayed for as long as she did before demanding a divorce. Molly is a strong and forgiving woman, but needs to develop a back bone. I also do not like the point that the author says she cannot divorce David without his consent. That is not true, yes it takes a bit but it still can be done.
The author did a great job with flipping back and forth between the past and the present. At no time did I feel lost or confused as to what happened when. At the end of the story I am not sure the problems were really resolved. I do really wish for Molly they are. Overall this was a good addition to the series. I cannot wait for the next installment.