Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Because by Jennifer Foor WITH Review

         

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Synopsis

 I’ve heard if you can make it through the first seven years of marriage you’ve made it past the tough part and it’s smooth sailing. Whoever said that was an idiot. I’ve been married for seven years, and in that time I’ve waited for my immature husband to grow up and become a responsible man. It still hasn’t happened, and I’m at the end of my rope. I need him to be a father to our child, not someone who needs his own toys to be content. I want a partner, not a guy more concerned about his friends than his wife. This is my marriage, and before I throw in the towel I’ve decided to do something drastic to make it happen. I’m Shayla Vincent and this is my story.      

AMAZON |  AMAZON UK


Review:
4 Stars

I received an arc of this book free of persuasion in exchange for an honest review.

This was a wonderful story. Right away the main character, Shayla, had my deepest sympathy as her husband was an immature man child. I found this book very inspiring as it tugged on my heart strings quite a bit. I read this as a stand alone and it worked out well for me as it was easy to follow. I easily identified with Shayla as I also got married and pregnant young. I love how this didn't stop her from being an amazing mother at all.

Shayla Vincent is wife and mother with a problem.....her childish and selfish husband. All she wants is to be loved and wanted by him yet he is only concerned with hanging out with the guys. Their marriage is strained and lacking passion and understanding and it has definitely taking a toll on her. But she truly loves him.

I am new to this author and I like her fast paced writing style. Her characters are strong and have depth to them all. Her portrayal of family and love is just beautiful and real.


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Author Bio:



Jennifer Foor is an award winning Contemporary Romance Author. She's best known for the Mitchell Family Series, which includes ten books.
She is married with two children and spends most of her time behind a keyboard, writing stories that come from her heart.

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