Thursday, December 10, 2015
Unexpected Family - A Review
Author - Jill Kemerer
Title - Unexpected Family
Format - ebook, paper
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About the book (From Goodreads):
After five years apart, Tom Sheffield is shocked to find his ex-wife, Stephanie, on his doorstep. The news that they share a child he's never met sends him reeling. Four-year-old Macy has his eyes, his mouth and, from their first encounter, his heart. Things with her mother are much more complicated. He doesn't understand what went wrong between them or why she kept their daughter a secret. And he's afraid of falling in love all over again. Yet he feels a glimmer of hope that somehow he can convince Macy and Stephanie to stay in Lake Endwell—and with him—for keeps.
Truthfully, I wasn't too invested in this book. It was a quick read like most Love Inspired Books are. But it didn't hold my attention like others I've read.
I thought that the plot was a little bit predictable. I mean she kept the knowledge of their child from the hero and of course he's going to fight to be a family together. The character that I liked the most was the little girl, Macy. She's just adorable. Yet neither one of her parents really connected with me.
For a quick read, it was ok. Not my favorite by any means. But not the worst I've read either.
I received the Kindle book for free from the author for the purpose of reviewing. I was not required to write a positive review, only give my honest opinion, which I have done. My thoughts and opinions are my own.
Recommended to fans of the Love Inspired Books
Rating - 3 stars