Genres: Women's Fiction
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Promises – easy to make, hard to keep.
Having long made a promise to her husband, young widow Annabel has no intentions of breaking it. What she does plan to do, though, is have a baby. Not the easiest of tasks for a woman with a deceased other half, and having explored all her options, her only choice is to take the unconventional route. Setting out to find her own donor, Annabel meets Dan. Single, fun-loving and definitely not looking for commitment, this unruly blonde, blue-eyed man seems perfect for the job.
Dan wants nothing more than to find his dream woman. But with a mother intent on sabotaging his every relationship, he can't help but think he's destined to remain single. Of course, he knows his mother doesn't really want him all for herself, why else would she keep insisting he meet Maeve? Why else would she insist Dan promise to find himself a wife before she meets her maker?
Forced to negotiate matters of love, life and death, Annabel and Dan seem the answer to each other's prayers. But will they really be able to keep the promises they made? And is having a baby really the solution?
In ” an Oyster Shell – It’s a cozy simple romance, that will warm your heart.
The Pearls – I really liked the premise of the story. I have read books that start with similar premises and this one played out- in a more unique way.
I really enjoyed the characters, I wasn’t expecting too. Throughout the story, they won me over.
I liked how the author weaved two different plots and interweaved them into a perfect ending.
The Sand – I felt like the story could have been much longer. I would have liked to have seen much more of Dan and Annabelle. I would have loved to the baby subplot be more expanded.
I give this 3.5 stars