A Hundred Wishes (Band of Sisters) by Marianne Rice- Review by Shadel Ayerbe

A Hundred Wishes (Band of Sisters)A Hundred Wishes by Marianne Rice
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book is a contemporary romance novel.

Gina Fisher, a former Army sergeant who was gravely injured by a roadside bomb two years ago, is now ready to resume her life. Sewing, creating, and educating youngsters online have given her a feeling of inner calm. Work that keeps her apart from everyone but her sisters. Bryce Cambridge, an arson investigator, has never been shot down as swiftly or as abruptly as he is by the woman selling quilts with stunning brown eyes. When he bumps into her the next day at a bowling alley, luck is on his side. Her witty retort piques his interest and turns him on. The chemistry between them is intense, and no matter how hard she tries to resist, the spark between them is too strong to ignore.

Gina is weakening the barrier she’s constructed around her heart because to those blue-gray eyes and beautiful grin. Bryce, on the other hand, wants to see all Gina is hiding as their relationship progresses. Gina’s puckered, scarred skin and the shrapnel embedded in her body are only the top layers of the scars she attempts to conceal. Even for someone as tough as Bryce, her deepest, darkest secret may be too revolting.Because his concerns are a part of her everyday life.

I loved this story. I loved every page of it. Every chapter was exciting. This is my first book from this author and I can’t wait to read the rest of her books.

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