Review: Miranda Bradford has a hectic life with the care of her ill mother, her sister in college, her
Penn Roberts is determined to build his "tribute," thinking he needs to live up to his deceased father's beliefs no matter the cost. Meeting Miranda turns his world upside down, forcing him to question what really matters. Will it be worth what he stands to lose?
I can't believe I am done with To Love or Not to Love. It started out at a pretty
The characters grabbed my attention and kept it; when Miranda was angry I want to kick Penn where it hurt and when Penn was devastated or confused I wanted to help him find his way to Miranda. I swear I was a yoyo going back and forth between the characters rooting for Penn then rooting for Miranda, then rooting for Susan knowing how much she wanted Miranda to be happy and loved.
You can tell the author took great care in writing this book as there were no signs of missing words or sentences that didn't fit or make makes sense. The only thing I found in reading this book was one inconsistency where Alfred somehow became Arthur but that was all.
Out of curiosity, I want to know if this book was part of a series and it turns out it is. So I must read the other three books I found which means that yes I will undoubtedly read this book again. Great writing Jean C. Joachim, I really enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more of your work.
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