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Also by this author: Bear, Jase, Gunny, Gunny, Mica
With My Whole Heart is a complicated story about family.
Jaime’s a young, single mother who is trying to make ends meet, feeling like she's always waging an uphill battle to make sure she and her son are housed, fed, and healthy. Connor’s designed his life to stay too busy for relationships.
How complicated is it?
She’s his big brother's surrogate, and he’s the sperm donor. How in the hell would this ever work? Connor didn't know, but he was determined to convince the feisty little blonde to take a chance on him. What he didn't realize was it meant taking a chance on himself, too.
Caution: This isn't an MC story. If you're looking for grit, you'll need to get your hard on somewhere else. No one gets kidnapped or assaulted in this one. Or even runs around without underwear on, I mean ... the hero wears boxers at one point. Come on! It's like I don't know the me who wrote it. Plus it's super sappy in places, and an unusual story setup. It's not a feckin' unicorn, but it'll do.
ARC provided by Author/Publisher for honest review.
This book has a special place in my heart. I was pulled in from the first words to the last. I love when a story calls to my heart, when you can honestly relate to the characters. Loving how it touched on a subject where there isn’t a lot of stories about it. To make a decision to have another couples child. I give kudos to the women that are able to do this. Infertility is a hard road that couples go through and some experience miracles and joy while others experience loss.
This story has a little of both in it and that is what makes it all the more real to me. I love the side twist with Connor (Marie and Cooper’s brother, AKA the sperm donor). Jamie and Connor never thought this would turn into a relationship while she is trying to carry Marie and Cooper’s baby. I love how MariaLisa intertwined their stories, really felt the heartache and joy with all of them. Nate, Jamie’s son was an awesome addition making this an all around good book about family and love.