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The first book in the Married in Montana series, a spinoff of the big family romance series The Friessens, from New York Times and USA Today best-selling Author Lorhainne Eckhart.
A love they thought would last forever.
Kim and Bruce were inseparable as teens and believed their love was strong enough to overcome everything. Bruce promised they would be together forever, but when he left for medical school, everything changed - and Kim married someone else.
When they both return to their hometown after Kim’s divorce, they end up fighting the attraction between them. Neither is willing to talk about the promise Bruce made...until one summer night.
Married in Montana
- His Promise
- Love's Promise
- A Promise of Forever
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Regrets and Second Chances
This is a sweet romance about two people who made a promise to each other. Why did they not keep their promise, and can they have a second chance, twenty years later? I enjoyed both the story and the audible narration. I would recommend it to those who like stories about love and second chances.
Luckily the narrator really brings this story to life and I listened to the whole book in one sitting.
Second Chance Romance
Being a first book in a series, I really don't expect too much, but I did expect this book to have more energy or emotion. It was OK. It seemed to have a slow start.
Kim and Bruce were in their mid to late 30's. She seemed the same to me as she did at 17. Kim came across as needy, insecure, and slightly desperate. I thought it was interesting that Bruce was always do happy to see Kim, yet holding on to some anger.
At 36 years old, I expected her to confront her parents with more passion then she showed. I definitely kept feeling like her behavior did not fit her age. I also did not understand why it took so long for the conversation to happen between Bruce and Kim.
I got the sense that Bruce was more exasperated with Kim than in love with her. Was he trying to make a connection because he was honorable and made a promise, or did he really love her and was over all of the miscommunication? Not really sure.
I didn't pick up much chemistry between them. Even with one of the final scenes I picked up nothing. No romance, no sexual tension, nothing. I am not sure if the end of this book was supposed to be an HEA, or an HFN.
A very short second chance romance. I listened to the audiobook and the narration was good. It was a female narrator who made me forget that the part of Bruce was not being read by a male. The narration also made Kim stand out as a needy, insecure woman. Not sure if that is how she was meant to be portrayed or not.