Tall and thin, twenty-eight-year-old Bronwyn Palmer has become positively gaunt, a ghost of her former self. That self was?and still is?the wife of a rich, handsome executive with an ocean-view house and his own security staff.
It was in that house, two years ago, that Bryce Palmer learned Bronwyn was pregnant with their first child. But Bryce's rage over his impending fatherhood touched off a chain reaction of emotional and physical traumas that wounded them both. For Bronwyn, it meant fleeing the perfect marriage to start over with nothing but a precocious daughter named Kayla to care for. For Bryce, it meant a tortuous two years spent blaming his wife for deserting him, and living with the pain of not knowing his child. Now a chance encounter has brought Bronwyn back into Bryce's life, both bearing scars and neither knowing the whole truth of that fateful night that drove them apart.
A Husband's Regret begins with us getting to see what happened between Bronwyn and Bryce two years ago. Something bad happened between them even if neither of them really know the whole story yet, they each harbor a little hate for each other. Now that two years has gone by and they've finally found each other again life seems to take them in a whole new direction. They have to move past old hurts and learn to trust each other again if they ever wish to move on. That seems to be a lot harder then it should be.
This book was okay. It wasn't great, but not bad either. I loved the ending and the plot line for the most part. What bothered me was I didn't really feel much of a connection between Brownwyn and Bryce, and I just didn't care much for Bronwyn. She kind of drove me nuts at times, but I really liked Bryce even though he made a lot of mistakes. This book was a fairly easy read with lots of drama, and heartache but it ended beautifully! I really do recommend it especially if you liked the first book in this series.