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Lindsay took to marriage like a starlet to stilettos, but her husband had a deeper love for his business Left alone after his death, Lindsay must find out who she is when there isn t a party to plan or another person s life to be organized Can she find her way Back to Life Lindsay realized when she married Ron, a man seventeen years her senior, that the odds were he d see heaven before her, but she never expected to be a widow at thirty five She knows there s too much of life remaining for her to just sit around in mourning, but she can t seem to kick start the rest of her life Then unexpected help arriveswhen Ron s first wife, Jane, shows up at Lindsay s front door.The executor of their late husband s estate, Jane is everything Lindsay s not strong, stubborn, independentand a lot older There are other surprises as well, including Ron Jr whom Jane insists is not really Ron s son But against all odds, a most unlikely friendship begins to developas each woman discovers how to own up to her past mistakes and to reevaluate what is really important Told in the alternating voices of Jane and Lindsay, and featuring the return of many of the unforgettable characters introduced in The Trophy Wives Club, Back to Life is a lighthearted, relatable read about where to turn when life goes in a direction you never planned....

Title : Back to Life (The Trophy Wives Club, Book 2)
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ISBN : 0061378771
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : HarperCollins September 16, 2008
Number of Pages : 272 pages
File Size : 999 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Back to Life (The Trophy Wives Club, Book 2) Reviews

  • Wilddaisy
    2019-03-30 01:48

    Every woman wants to know that she is loved for who she is not what she looks like. Lindsey Brindle is no different. After losing her husband, she has to get her life back on track by figuring out who she really is and what she wants to do with her life.

  • Heather M. May
    2019-04-20 04:07

    Love it!

  • Debra A. Shelton
    2019-04-17 07:57

    As a new widow myself, this book was a lovely surprise and so enjoyable. I recommend all of Kristin Billerbeck's books to everyone!

  • Deborah
    2019-04-09 02:58

    As I said after reading the first book in this series, I never would have thought to see a Christian fiction book about Trophy Wives. This is because this subject is practically taboo to most Christians and also because a lot of these wives suddenly find themselves divorced.

  • Christina Lockstein
    2019-04-01 06:02

    Back to Life by Kristin Billerbeck is the second book in the Trophy Wives' Club series. Lindsay married a man, Ron, seventeen years her elder for his money, but came to love him in time, so she is devastated by his sudden death, leaving her a widow at the age of 35. She's living in a condo with old woman who have lots of cats and trying to get her feet back on the ground when her husband's first wife, Jane, shows up to execute his will, bringing with her a handsome son, Ron Jr, who she swears isn't Ron's son. Billerbeck takes what could be a typical chick-lit plot and gives it life and zing. Lindsay has used her beauty to get by for so long, that she doesn't even notice when she's doing it, and Billerbeck is careful not to let the reader in on it too soon, so when Lindsay is stunned by the revelation, the reader is as well, but it makes all of the pieces of the entire novel fall into place. The chapters alternate between Lindsay and Jane, both of whom seem lost and are flailing about for what to do next. The highlight of the book for me was Lindsay's confrontation with Haley. Lindsay's attempt to control the argument and use of twisted logic was hilarious and extraordinarily well done. I've been on the both side of arguments just like that; to capture that in print is amazing. I'm looking forward to see which Trophy Wife Billerbeck tackles next.

  • Amazon Customer
    2019-04-23 02:16

    Although one year has past since her fiftyish husband Ron died, thirty-five year old Lindsay remains stunned and unsure of what she wants in life. Residing in a senior citizen condominium, Lindsay still grieves as she feels her life is rudderless.