The Vow Epub Á Mass Market Paperback

The Vow Epub Á Mass Market Paperback
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 249 pages
  • The Vow
  • Dallas Schulze
  • English
  • 23 January 2017
  • 1551662957

The Vow❰Read❯ ➭ The Vow Author Dallas Schulze – Essayreview.co.uk Brittany never got a chance to tell Dan about the baby Now it was too late, and with no one to turn to, she faced a desperate future Until Michael Sinclair offered a solution As Dan s best friend, he Brittany never got a chance to tell Dan about the baby Now it was too late, and with no one to turn to, she faced a desperate future Until Michael Sinclair offered a solution As Dan s best friend, he told himself that helping Brittany was temporary, just until she was on her feet again But neither of them had expected their passion Nor could they have anticipated the twist of fate that would put it all to the ultimate test.


About the Author: Dallas Schulze

Born and raised in Colorado, Dallas Schulze now lives in California She sold her first book in October It was published under her pseudonym Dallas Hamlin in the Candlelight Ecstasy Romance line She loves happy ending and wrote category romances, contemporaries and historicals for Harlequin, Silhouette, Dell and Mira Her latest title was published in .


10 thoughts on “The Vow

  1. says:

    Better than the first one.

  2. says:

    I absolutely LOVE marriage of convenience stories As a result, I ve read tons of them, and some are good, and some stink This one was very well done I liked how the Brittany was a strong woman, instead of the weak, clinging females you often find in romance I also liked how the author had their love slowly grow, and that they didn t immediately hop into bed together just because they were married Though I could see the plot twist at the end coming from a mile away, it didn t detract from my I absolutely LOVE marriage of convenience stories As a result, I ve read tons of them, and some are good, and some stink This one was very well done I liked how the Brittany was a strong woman, instead of the weak, clinging females you often find in romance I also liked how the author had their love slowly grow, and that they didn t immediately hop into bed together just because they were married Though I could see the plot twist at the end coming from a mile away, it didn t detract from my enjoyment of the story The only complaint I had about this book was that it was too short I would have enjoyed for it to be about a third longer Not that the story felt at all rushed, but I would have wanted sometime with the characters because I loved them all so much

  3. says:

    The hero was irritating He rushes in to save the day but he remained to closed off emmtionally for my taste In the sequel, he still remain emmotionally disgusting The premise of the story, and the heroines good nature made the book good His communications skills sucked.

  4. says:

    My daughters name came from this book.

  5. says:

    Rating 3.25 stars

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