Families should grow, not shrink. It's been on Jon Kechter's mind since before he tied the knot with his millionaire lover, Cole Fenton. Now hoping to adopt, Jon and Cole search for a mother-to-be willing to let them love her baby, but the interminable wait is wearing on them both.
Jon is close to his father, George, but until Cole, he didn't have anyone else. Now George is pushing Cole to reconcile with his estranged mother. When the three of them spend Christmas with her in Munich, the results are disastrous. Jon and Cole resolve to stay positive, but no hope exists without a twinge of fear. Jon and Cole can't help but wonder if their dream of being parents just wasn't meant to be.
©2013 Marie Sexton (P)2013 Marie Sexton
Yes, I do love the narrator for this book and the voices were perfect
John and George and of course Cole
Lots of his performances, and as always, wonderful!
I have not read this book in a while, but I still got choked up as I did in the book, can't help but love the characters in this book
I'm Married 25 years with 5 sons. I love romance anything to do with love, love and more love. I am officially a audible junkie :)
I loved every word. I'm was so happy it is available on audible.com.
It was so heart wrenching, I cried till i got a headache :) When George walked into the kitchen and coles mom was sitting at the table, It was just so beautiful with his flash backs. I also luurved when the baby was born of course :) Also when Jonathon held the baby the first time. Ok I seriously loved the whole book.
Yes I have and I like him just fine, I was a little apprehensive about a new narrator on the last book, being the first 4 books had the same narrator, that I really liked.
Yes I've been hoping for it,.
If you haven't listen to The Coda series by Marie Sexton, I highly recommend them. They are funny, smexy, a little heart breaking some times. Fear, hope and bread pudding was a perfect ending to a wonderful series :)
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