Promises, Love and Baby

Length: 3 hrs and 6 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4.5 out of 5 stars (18 ratings)

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When Jackson and I got married last year, we promised each other a forever together. We were now expecting our first child and it has only strengthened our love and commitment to each other. We were living our happily-ever-after and couldn't imagine anything that could break us apart.

But then something unexpected happened. We were both blindsided by it. The last two people we thought we'd ever see again suddenly resurfaced into our lives, bringing with them the secrets we thought we'd buried away with our pasts. Now these secrets are threatening to break us apart and we both wonder if our relationship will ever be the same again.

Will our love be strong enough to get through these new obstacles? Or will we be forced to break our promise of a forever with each other?

©2015 Jessica Wood (P)2016 Jessica Wood

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WTF? wasted a credit!!!

I can’t tell you how disappointed I am with this final book in the series. First of all, the author did a horrible job of writing this. It was as if she just kind of threw some stuff together. First and foremost the narration was bad, she forgot to mention the first daughter they had together , who by the way was a flower girl in their wedding. Then she brought back the dead Father and Crazy Amber for a whole hot second and then she had them killed off. This was such a waste and I’m super mad that this author felt that she had to write yet another book to include two hours of nonsense. She seriously should’ve just finished it with the last book. Those stories were amazing.