The Temporary Wife
Book 1, A FOREVER LOVE STORY - A Forever Love Story (InterMix)
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A woman receives a proposal she can’t refuse from a man she can’t resist in the first Forever Love story.
Kindergarten teacher Megan Rossi is devoted to being a mother to her best friend’s five-year-old daughter, Molly. When the child was orphaned, Meg became the little girl’s legally named guardian—over the objections of Molly’s wealthy grandparents, the Campbells. Now the Campbells are petitioning for custody, and Meg is faced with a long and expensive legal battle. The last thing she expects is for her former high school boyfriend—and the Campbells’ estranged son—to offer a solution: marriage.
Billionaire software developer Jason Campbell knows his parents don’t have Molly’s best interests at heart—it’s all about control for them. There is one way he can ensure that his sister’s last wishes are honored. He will offer Meg the protection of his name and lawyers until the custody arrangement has been finalized, then he’ll secure his niece’s future with a very generous divorce settlement. Jason’s considered all the scenarios, except one—that the sparks that once flew between he and Meg might reignite a burning passion. And that his confirmed bachelor heart might just melt away from the heat...
The Temporary Wife
Loved the book. Really enjoyed this author.
The temporary wife
I laughed , I cried. Meg is a inspirational character. I couldn’t put this book down. Jason and megs love story and with beloved grace and molly I just cried knowing her spirit was with them. I cried more when molly said she talked to her mommy in her dreams. An emotional tragedy for a 5 year old and a new life with its ups and downs and the love meg showed her and Jason made the missing piece whole. I would root for their baby to be a girl so they could honor grace more with their baby. Hands up best book I have read that captures a true love story.
Needs an editor
Could not relate to the characters. There were no depth or feel.