Marital bliss isn't guaranteed...
After a life-threatening close call with vengeful forces from their pasts, Sophie and Jamie England are focusing again on their promising future together with their children and friends on the Amalfi Coast in Italy. Sophie travels to London for a business trip. She only planned to be gone a couple of days. Her intuition warns her of impending doom when she arrives at the airport in Naples for her flight, but the message is unclear. The plane crashes at the Heathrow airport in London, killing almost everyone on board.
Sophie’s body isn’t in the hospital with the few survivors, and it isn’t in the makeshift morgue in hangar three at Heathrow. What remains of the other victims is beyond recognition. Jamie is effectively a widower until DNA testing can prove otherwise. In the meantime, he has to keep it together enough to raise his surviving children while mourning his wife and their unborn baby.
Sophie is still alive, but is lost in a coma with severe head injuries. A tragic twist of fate takes her outside the plane crash victim’s news story, and she is taken to a different hospital. Once she wakes, something deep inside pulls her toward Italy. Names without faces swirl through her mind—names she writes in her journal, but not much else. All she knows is she must leave London. Is the beautiful Amalfi Coast where her destiny lies, or is she fated to wander forever, never knowing who she is or what she's lost?
...and some grudges never die.
A maniacal mastermind, bound in his prison cell, is scheming to get vengeance once and for all against the one man on earth he hates the most, Jamie England. He's manipulating his sister and her son to accomplish his plan. In Sophie Coming Home, The Englands duet reaches a stunning conclusion, testing the bonds between husband and wife, mother and son, and sister and brother.
THE ENGLANDS Book Two: SOPHIE Coming Home - DIGITAL
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