|Tabor Heights series
Book 1: Second Time Around - June 2009
Book 2: Common Ground - September 2009
Book 3: Seasons: A Tabor Heights Anthology - November 2009
Book 4: The Family Way - February 2010
Short Story: Homespun (free download)
Book 5: A Quiet Place - May 2010
Book 6: Detours - August 2010
Book 7: Behind the Scenes - November 2010
Short Story: Silver Hearts (free download)
Book 8: Firesong - February 2011
Book 9: Forgiven - May 2011
A QUIET PLACE
Desert Breeze Publishing, Inc
Ratings: 5 Cups
Nathan Lewis always thought of Jeannette as a big sister until his good friend, Brody, went home to the States before him and met Jeannette. Now all Nathan can think about is the best girl he let slip through his fingers.
Jeannette Marshall knew any romantic relations with Nathan would never happen when he only considered her a sister. After meeting Brody and love develops, she accepts Brody’s invitation to become his wife.
Nathan really did love Jeannette but never pursued her enough to focus on a family until after Brody was introduced to her, and they fell in love and got married. Years later, Brody dies, and Jeannette is left alone and pregnant. When she gives birth to her baby, Nathan wants to take care of her, and that means more than just being an uncle to her son. He wants to show he can be a family man. When Jeannette’s in-laws decide they believe it is best to take their grandson away to live with them, Nathan decides to show Jeannette where his true heart always has been with her, but is it too late for Jeannette to see Nathan’s real feelings?
I thoroughly loved A Quiet Place. This extraordinary read is loaded with crisp dialogue that keeps the story flowing at a great pace. The strong and likeable characters make this an exciting book, full of finesse. Michelle Levigne creates a story full of elegance and life-like players that connected with this reader. She allows Nathan, Brody, and Jeannette all to weave an interesting inspirational that touches upon the heart and makes one feel good all over. The romance that follows Jeannette, as well as the emotional heartbreak, is indeed superbly composed. This story undeniably left a huge impression on this reader.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More