The story revolves around brothers, Michael and Peter Cooper, and Trisha Wells, the woman they both fall in love with. The two brothers have been at odds for most of their life and a ten-year age difference has not helped. The one thing they both have in common is they both have been unlucky in love…until they meet Trisha.
Would one brother deliberately go after another brother’s girlfriend? Even if the two aren’t close and have never had anything in common, including their taste in women? Peter would never have thought he’d be interested in any woman Michael was dating until he sees a picture of Trisha. When he meets her, he decides then he must make her his own. Who will Trisha choose?
This book spans four years. You will get to know the entire Cooper family, Trisha’s family, and their close friends that help shape the story through the years. You will laugh, want to cry, root for, root against, and can’t wait to turn the page to see what happens next.
“There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.” – Ansel Adams
There are several photographs in this story that are pivotal, from the first one Peter sees, to an innocent family celebration, to a new addition on a family display table. They shatter dreams like the shattered glass of the picture frame, with glass and hearts broken into many pieces.
Some you cherish…some you want to forget.