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At the same time, Grace’s sisters, Faith, Hope and Charity have to deal with their own love stories, to make the DeLeo family prosperous. In summary, this book proves to show that real love does exist, and it doesn’t always have to apply to money. Being with close friends and family is the key.
I would recommend this story to any reader who wants a heartwarming love tale to cheer them up.
Grace had trust issues and didn't believe in one-night stands. Logan had never had more than a one-night stand and didn't know how to do relationships. Their courtship has a lot of ups and downs as they strive to overcome their insecurities and emotional baggage. For the most part, their relationship seemed realistic. However, I had a problem with Grace believing the word of a woman she had never met over what Logan was telling her. That is so immature. She should have tried to find out the truth instead of jumping to conclusions.
I found the part about infertility to be a bit over the top. I have dealt with infertility. The doctor would have told them to not expect too much too soon. Dealing with this problem takes time. I feel the doctor would have told Grace to get counseling because she had definitely gone off the deep end. When your body is stressed to the point of breaking, which is where Grace was, it affects the ability to conceive. I found this part not really realistic.
I have a pet peeve about nicknames. I cringed every time Logan called her Kitten. He very seldom called her Grace. That is just me. Not a reflection on the story.
These are the first books I have read by Jessica Gibson. I look forward to reading more. The story was enjoyable with likable characters. The story moved at a good pace and held my interest. I liked the fact that the sex scenes were not explicit. I like to use my imagination. Logan convincing Grace that communication was key to their relationship was a plus for me because it really is vital to a relationship. I recommend this trilogy to anyone looking for HEA.