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Review: Jessie Belle (The Women of Marryton #1)

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Review: Jessie Belle (The Women of Marryton #1)

Jessie Belle (The Women of Marryton #1) by Jennifer Peeljessiebelle
Reviewed by: Sydney Anderson
Genre: Romance, Contemporary, Inspirational
Publisher: Jennifer Peel
Publication Date: September 8, 2015

After the loss of their stillborn baby and the added shock of learning that Jessie would not be able to have more children, Blake and Jessie struggle to re-connect. Then to add to their already fragile relationship, Blake drops a blow that tears Jessie’s world apart. Years ago when Blake and Jessie temporarily broke up, Blake had a one night stand with Jessie’s old roommate and fathered a child. Now this old roommate is dying and wants Blake to take their child, Madeline and give her a home and a family. Jessie is torn up about bringing Madeline into their family, especially with the loss of her own child still so fresh. But maybe Madeline is just what Jessie and Blake need to pull their relationship back together and to help them have a family to call their own.

The first book in The Women of Merryton series, Jessie Belle, is a simple delight. From page one readers will fall in love with the wonderful characters and invigorating and charming story. This story will truly inspire readers to better understand and work on personal relationships they have with others. Strong themes in this story include struggles, misunderstandings, hope, faith, family, relationships and love. This story will greatly be anticipated by any reader that enjoys contemporary, inspiration, romance stories.

Rated PG: adult content, nothing graphic.

Reviewer’s copy was personally purchased.

 

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