Their friendship can survive almost anything…
For two best friends,
marriage could be their greatest test yet…
Trinity Davis must not have heard firefighter Omar Young correctly. Did her handsome widowed best friend just suggest they get married? Omar needs a mom for his adorable little girls, and it’ll fix Trinity’s financial woes. But saying “I do” isn’t just business. Especially when the only vow they’re in danger of breaking is their promise to not fall in love…
From Harlequin Love Inspired: Uplifting stories of faith, forgiveness and hope.
The very cuteness of this book was just so good!
The friends to more, the darling little girls, and just everything fell into the sweetest story that I had to start rereading my favorite parts over after I closed it.
Shiloh did a spectacular job with somewhat common tropes and turned them into a new and fresh story that I just couldn’t help but love.
And, the firefighter side of the story was wonderful! There really aren’t enough books out there with firefighters who you actually get to see the realness of the profession or volunteers. I loved, loved, loved that the book was so real without being telly or made to seem informative.
I voluntarily received and reviewed a complimentary e/copy of this book which I received from the author/publisher. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.