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Templet's Tasty Tails: Bayou Love Romances Paperback – February 18, 2016
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Mickie Sherwood is an author and a novice photographer. Using her backyard as the backdrop for her inspiration, she loves taking pictures of nature. Her love of photography incites her creativity for writing. Spending time with her family and cruise vacations, also stokes her imagination.
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Then Vince and Theresa were killed in an accident and Erika's life was turned upside down because she was their surrogate. She had no idea that Booker was the sperm donor.
Their relationship, after 1 year of knowing each other finally got to the stage when he asked Erika to marry him and she accepted.
There was action, suspense, love.
Another example is the lack of reaction when the Hero finds out that his cousin, who he must have been close enough to in order to volunteer his sperm as a donor, has died, he hardly reacts. really? the heroine breaks down on the side of the road (literally and figuratively) because her friend and her husband (who happens to be the hero's cousin) died in a tragic car accident and the hero only concerned about the heroine's loss. Really?
I think this would have been a much better book if the author had taken the time and effort the write out the total journey, for both people, from being total strangers, who at first didn't know they were linked in the most profound way, to life partners. Because as I said I liked the story in general. I liked it because it could happen in real life.