Winter in Paradise: A husband's secret life, a wife's new beginning: escape to the Caribbean by Elin Hilderbrand
The New York Times bestselling author Elin Hilderbrand is back with her newest novel Winter In Paradise. In this novel, Hilderbrand writes about the secret life of a husband and the new beginning of a wife. Irene Steele is living her picture-perfect life in a Victorian house in the beautiful city of Iowa. Her husband loves her up to the extremes. However, everything changed for her during one cold and snowy night. All the things that she thought she knew about her life fell into pieces when she received a shocking phone call. Her loving husband who was away on a business trip died in a helicopter crash. Before Irene could process the shocking news, she should first deal with the perplexing details that surround her husband's death. He was found on the island of St. John in the Carribean. When she and her sons arrived on the island, they found out about her husband's secret life. As they try to discover the tangling web of deceit and intrigue, she and her children get drawn into the vibrant culture of the island. Together they have to face the hard truth about their family and what their future holds.
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