Title: His Wounded Light (The Light In The Wound #2)
by Christine Brae
Date Published: December 8th 2013
Genre: New Adult
The perfect life.
The perfect marriage.
The jilted lover.
Their worlds collide.
Fate intervenes twelve years later and their paths intersect once again. All three will question whether the heart is really capable of dividing and being divided; each will decide whether it matters who you loved first or who you love last.
Together they will learn that in the ned, there can always be one.
“I don’t want him to regret. I want him to get better so he can move on and be happy. It hurts to accept that I wasn’t enough for him. Just like I wasn’t enough for you.”
“No, Issy. I’ve spent twenty years of my life loving you. You were always enough. I took you for granted and lost sight of what we had. When I lost you, I lost my focus. My sole purpose was to get you back and I lost so much time. I should have realized that you chose him because you wanted to. Because you belong to him.”
Eeep! If these excerpts and teasers weren't enough to convince you to continue reading about Alex, Jesse and Isabel's story that started in the Light in the Wound, I advise you to visit a doctor. Or, you can just watch these book trailers for both The Light In The Wound and His Wounded Light.
The Light In The Wound
His Wounded Light
Note: His Wounded Light is the second book of The Light in The Wound duet. If you haven't read TLITW yet and thinks you still need convincing, you can check out my review here.
About the Author
Christine Brae is a full-time career woman who thought she could write a book about her life and then run away as far as possible from it. She never imagined that her words would touch the hearts of so many women with the same story to tell. She is currently working on her third book which she hopes to release in June 2014.
When not listening to the voices in her head or spending late nights at the office, Christine can be seen shopping for shoes and purses, running a half marathon or spending time with her husband and three children in Chicago.