FIRST COME TWINS
FIRST COME TWINS (4) by Helen Brenna: When photojournalist Noah Bennett returns home to Mirabelle Island after losing a foot in an explosion in a war-torn country, he must face his past. He's stayed away for 15 years because his brother married Sophie Rousseau, the woman he left behind. Sophie, now the widowed mother of twins, never stopped loving Noah, and they rekindle their attraction. But Noah can't live on Mirabelle, and Sophie doesn't want to leave. Brenna's poignant tale is about recovery and a second chance at love. She also makes an insightful statement about societal change with backstory about Sophie's brother wanting to modernize the island to bring in more tourists.