Layla Powell agreed to be Keenan's surrogate without hesitation. They have been best friends since diapers and she isn't one to back down from a problem if she can offer a solution.
What was that her friends keep saying? She shouldn't carry the child of the man she's been in love with for half her life? Well, there is a solution to that too...she just hasn't discovered it y...more
This book truly surprised me in a couple of ways. Choosing it from Kindle Unlimited, I expected a predictable, fluffy meringue of a romance.
I couldn’t have been more off. I know some readers don’t do heavy issues, but I enjoy a healthy splash of real life angst in my reads.
The emotional toll surrogacy can have on women rang truer than a story where the experience is portrayed as all hearts and roses. It cannot be easy to carry a child for nine months, knowing ...more
Layla and Keenan have known each other since they were small children. Layla’s Mother worked for Keenan’s parents as his nanny and housekeeper. Since Keenan was basically an ...more
Layla and Kenaan have been best friends since they were small. She developed love for him and was totally heart broken when he fell in love and married a friend from work she introduced to. Amy was sweet and Kenaan loved her to bits. As a good friend Layla supported their marriage and vowed to keep her feelings aside. Tragedy struck when Amelia was diagnosed with terminal cancer. Layla’s heart broke when she saw his friend go throu ...more
Layla Powell and Keenan Myers have known each other since they were babies, and they've been best friends since they were six. Unbeknownst to Keenan, Layla has loved him since she was 15. Later, as a grown woman, she wished her true love happiness as he married her friend from work. Sadly, after only a few years of marriage, her lifetime best friend is about to lose his wife to cancer. The only way she can truly help them is to be a surrogate for the child t ...more
This is my first book by this author but I wanted to give it a try since the premise of the book sounded interesting to me. I figured what the ending would likely be but the idea of someone being a surrogate for someone they secretly loved was intriguing. It must have been hard for Layla being in love with her best friend Kennan for so long. To grow up together, become close, watch him fall in love and marry, and then to see him struggle with his wife’s terminal cancer diagnosis. ...more
A wonderful book, an emotional journey of love a ...more
I read the three books in this series backwards. I loved all three. These two friendship from youth was great. They knew each other so well and loved each other through many troubled times and get their relationship remained strong. I loved that in the end they finally got together. Excellent story. Love the author.
I struggled to get through the immature dialogue. There are such serious situations with cancer, surrogacy, death, and failed relationships. I think the author tried to keep it light and comical, but it failed for me. Too much drama, silliness and childish behavior for me to enjoy.
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