I was taken on a journey into the lives of Blake and Maxine Williams. Blake hits it big and makes millions as a dot-com entrepreneur; while Maxine continues her passion as a psychiatrist. While Maxine dearly loves her practice majoring in childhood trauma and adolescent suicide; Blake is busy dating beautiful, famous and very young women. Maxine remains in Manhattan with her children and her practice.
Because of Blake's wealth, it cost him his marriage and family. Blake and Maxine have worked out an amicable divorce and remain friends despite the divorce. How will this arrangement affect any future relationship they have?
Maxine meets Dr. Charles West and they start a romance. He thinks the kids need to go to a Boarding school. Meanwhile, Blake's newest girlfriend, Arabella is not liked well by the children either. Do you suppose Maxine or Blake will marry their beaus?
It takes a natural disaster in Morocco and seeing thousands of children orphaned with no place to go for him to wake up to reality. He contacts Maxine to come down to direct him in his desire to make a difference. He spends his time buying and remodeling houses all over the continent. His decision to remodel his house in Marrekech to house 100 orphans. Imagine the surprise on Maxine’s face! Is this the guy she divorced? Has he softened?
I loved how our author made Dr. West jealous of Blake and the children. I loved how Blake was madly in love with Arabella and how our author causes them to break up after he returns from Marrakech.
I loved the way each of Maxine and Blake's characters were developed throughout the novel. The villains in this novel, if you had to point fingers, would be Dr. West and Arabella. I couldn't put the book down. The plot was easily followed.
Hardback 305 pages
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