Did she dare say "I do"?
Marry Kelsey Jamison and take on his five rambunctious children? Meg Lawrence knew she was crazy to even consider it.
Years ago, with his flashing eyes and sunny smile, Kelsey had shared his heartfelt hopes. But he'd chosen another to share his name, crushing Meg's secret dreams.
Now Meg had come home, sophisticated and successful. And Kelsey was free, struggling to run a farm and care for his family. Could Meg accept Kelsey's offer of respect and affection? Meg prayed for an answer wondering if, in God's own time, she'd finally win the love she patiently waited for.
Marry Kelsey Jamison - and take on his FIVE rambunctious children? Meg Lawrence knew she waould be nuts to even consider it. Could Meg accept Kelsey's offer of respect and affection? Meg prayed for an answer wondering if in God's time there was love like she longed and had patiently waited for out there for her somewhere.
This book shows sacrificial, agape love in a most interesting way. Meg has always loved Kelsey, even when he was married to her best friend and cousin, DeeDee. In this case, to love is not a sin, to act on it is. In order to avoid her strong attraction for Kelsey, she moves to another continent and becomes a competent business woman. Meg dates several handsome men who adore her, but none can compete. When DeeDee dies, leaving 5 children, Meg doesn't rush home. Two years later, when her mother becomes seriously ill, she returns. The story line takes many unexpected twists as Meg stumbles through this situation. One may expect this book to take a totally "mushy" turn at this point, but seeking God's will brings His best. Read and see.
I know the author...and it is a sweet love story