Item description for Made for Each Other (Love Inspired #448) by Irene Brand...
Overview Raising a teenager keeps widowed Aimee Blake too busy for a relationship-until she meets handsome counselor Jacob Mallory. But Jacob's painful past makes him reluctant to commit to anything beyond work.unless Aimee can convince him to give love a second chance.
Publishers Description Raising a teenager kept widow Aimee Blake too busy for a relationship. Or so she said. Her daughter was tryingwith all her rebellious mightto cut the apron strings. So Aimee took some "me time." She attended a singles group and met a handsome counselor as not interested in romance as she was. With his painful family past and a failed engagement, Jacob Mallory was a one-date kind of man. These days he committed only to his work. Problem was, Aimee had discovered that she and Jacob were made for each other
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Studio: Steeple Hill
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.6" Width: 4.2" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 2008
Publisher Steeple Hill
Series Love Inspired
ISBN 0373874847 ISBN13 9780373874842
Availability 0 units.
More About Irene Brand
Irene Brand has written over 30 novels for Steeple Hill Books, Heartsong and Barbour Publishing and is a favorite among Christian readers. This is her fourteenth Love Inspired novel and is the fifth in her miniseries The Mellow Years. She lives in Southside, West Virginia.
Reviews - What do customers think about Made for Each Other (Love Inspired #448)?
Very slow plot and stiff characters Sep 1, 2008
I really enjoy Irene Brand (see my other review for Where Morning Dawns, one of my favorite Irene Brand Books) but this was by far one of her weakest. The issues between the mother and daughter seem to dominate v/s the romance and developing relationship. When the daughter does change it was quick and unbelievable. The plot drags along without any type of realistic or even decent dialogue. As a matter of note this book's dialogue is so stilted that it seriously gets in the way of the story.