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  • emotional story

    This is the first book I have read by this author and I was not disappointed. The plot is well thought out and moves along at a steady pace throughout. The main characters appeared to be well thought out and presented, their dialogue seemed believable and appropriate. They had no intention of falling in love but then romance and love often happens when least expected. The problem with this one is that it is somewhat out of the societal norm and so it could be frowned upon and meant that both characters did all they could to try to avoid it and to deny it. It’s a great story and I’m very glad that I was given the opportunity to read and review it. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Heart tugging

    I wasn't sure how I was going to feel about this one.  It's ripe for drama and conflict but surprisingly (and happily) Richards steered away from that.  Instead we get a couple of people going from friends to lovers, with just a few bumps along the way.  Neither of them are very good at talking about how they feel and make a lot of assumptions.  It took a bit to get over what they did on the day of the funeral - it only makes sense that it would make things awkward, which only exasperates their difficulty in communicating.   There's so many emotions running through Child of Mine.  You can't help but feel for Lauren as she deals with the disaster that her marriage turned in to, the fear of problems with her pregnancy, and the conflict over her relationship with Cole.  Speaking of Cole, he's just about a saint.  His mother is just awful and he's been in love with his brother's wife for years!  Things work out the way they should, but your heart goes out to him every step of the way.  (And I love Lauren even more for what she does for him at the end - he deserves someone on his side for once!)   This is the first book by Richards that I've read but I definitely doubt it will be my last!  I loved her characters and she does a fabulous job of giving them a story that treats them well.   **Review given honestly and freely after receipt of a reader copy. This opinion is completely my own and was not influenced in any way.**

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  • Okay!

    After being in a little slump, I found that this book was just what I needed. I definitely found myself not being able to put this down once I started reading it so it definitely did it’s job. With this being a contemporary story, it was okay enough. I really wished the main character would’ve addressed the whole baby daddy issue. It could’ve save a lot of time and heartache if you want to call it that. I mean who am I to judge? But seriously it truly frustrated me. Thank you Netgalley for the opportunity to read this.

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