From the bestselling author of Crossing Oceans comes a powerfully moving story that tests the limits of love’s forgiveness. Like many marriages, Eric and Kyra Yoshida’s has fallen apart slowly, one lost dream and misunderstanding at a time, until the ultimate betrayal finally pushes them beyond reconciliation. Just when it looks like forgive and forget is no longer an option, a car accident gives Eric the second chance of a lifetime. A concussion causes his wife to forget details of her life, including the chasm between them. No one knows when—or if—Kyra’s memory will return, but Eric seizes the opportunity to win back the woman he’s never stopped loving.">Skip to Main Content
Dry as Rain by Gina Homes was a decent book, but most of it was drenched in lies & half-truths told by the characters. The ending seemed rushed
The one thing I noticed right away with this book is that it is written from a man’s perspective by a woman. I wasn’t sure if it was going to work out or not considering the topic of infidelity, but it did. Gina Holmes did a great job of writing this story. Eric Yoshida fell in the love the first time he laid eyes on the woman who would later become his wife, Kyra. Their marriage was good for many years, but then outside interferences, such as work, got in the way. After a separation, Eric fell to flirting and a one night stand with a co-worker. When an accident leaves his wife with some memory loss, he sees this as an opportunity to start over. But life just isn’t that simple. I think I would have liked to see the author go into a little more depth of the struggles the couple faced afterwards, but it did make me think a little.