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Meant to be Kept (Meant To Be Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B07MMDP84C
- Publisher : Limitless Publishing, LLC (January 22, 2019)
- Publication date : January 22, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 2264 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 322 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #278,094 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Tanner is handsome, smart, successful, and super cute. Yes, he messed up, and his marriage is suffering because of it. However, as Tanner tries to make up with his wife, Isabelle, its revealed to both of them that maybe they'd put their marriage on the back shelf, so to speak, behind jobs and kids and other responsibilities. Sure, Tanner made a mistake, but regrets it immediately, and comes to the realization that he needs to woo his wife to make it better. He does some super romantic things to do that.
Izzy, although she did nothing wrong, goes through feelings of sadness and guilt. Her reactions feel real--she's not strong all the time, which I appreciated. As much as we'd like to think how we'd act in Tanner and Izzy's situation, we would never know until we were faced with it. In Izzy's case, she handles it the best way she can. Together, these two work together to realize that even though their love for each other is pretty much a given, they have to work at their marriage, and make sure that the other knows and more importantly, feels, the love.
My favorite aspect of the book is that Ms. Foster weaves in flashbacks in a perfectly-executed fashion, connecting the past with the present, and reinforcing to the reader that Tanner and Izzy are a couple worth rooting for.
I loved the idea of this story, that we get into the grind of daily life and need to remember to cherish what’s precious.
Izzy is the perfect lead, flawed, a little broken but wonderfully relatable. Tanner, despite his mistake, is swoon worthy. And their chemistry leaps off the page.
This book has everything: The feels that run the scale of tears to joy. Hot sex between a married couple- THANK YOU Ms. Foster. A believable and deep plot. And two characters who grow and learn on an unstable path. Five Huge stars for this debut.
Cheaters. Hate them. Still, this story brought it all around to making you root for this couple to figure out their mess, reconnect, and make it work because they deserve each other for a HEA.
Married Couples? Rarely read them. Because, let's face it, those of us who have been with the same partner for a decade or more know that it's tough to keep that sizzle. This story directly addresses that and brings the sweet and tender while still being sexy as hell.
Infertility and/or pregnancy issues. Huge trigger warning for me! But this book handled it with sensitivity and from the viewpoint of a character couple who gets that struggle, who has been in that fight, and has come out the other side. Literally, I was so moved, I had to stop and just let it roll over me a few times.
Okay, so she calls him baby too many times, and he's a bit smoother than I like my heroes. But seriously, that's just tiny picking at this point. It was that good.
Highly recommend. Brings both the sweet and the heat.
The author obviously knows her stuff—that the truth of most relationships is the stark fact that the daily grind of life gets in the way of what’s most important and most precious, the love that exists between the man and woman. She weaves an intoxicating tale through this labyrinth in a brilliant way that captures all that is truly wonderful about the romance genre. I look forward to many more stories from this debut author.