The Best Is Yet to Come by Judith Gould

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Carolina Mountcastle has everything she could ever want: a sexy, attentive husband, a terrific teenage son, and a successful career as a florist and decorator in New York. Then, without warning, tragedy strikes. Carolina's husband, an international business executive, suffers a fatal heart attack. Reeling from grief and shock, Carolina receives an even more devastating blow: He was having a long-term affair with a woman in Amsterdam. They shared a home-and a child. Shattered by her husband's betrayal, and obsessed with this "other woman," Carolina travels to Amsterdam to find her, intent on revenge. But forced to confront the truth about her marriage and the man she thought she knew, Carolina discovers her own inner strength-and opens her heart to new possibilities.

Poignant and passionate, this is Judith Gould's richest novel yet-the tale of a woman who finds the courage to heal, to forgive, and to love again.

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Judith Gould is the New York Times bestselling author of The Best Is Yet to Come, A Moment in Time, Time to Say Good-bye, Rhapsody, Till the End of Time, Second Love, and Too Damn Rich, among other titles. She lives in the historic Hudson River Valley and New York City.
Published August 1, 2002 by Dutton Adult. 308 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, History, Romance. Fiction

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Carolina Mountcastle designs fantasies in flowers for New York’s super-rich, has a devoted clientele, a nice teenaged son, and darling Lyon, her studly, muscular, and very successful husband.

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