REVIEW: Meant-to-Be Family by Marion Lennox

Posted April 25th, 2015 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Medical, Review / 6 comments

In Meant-to-Be Family (Midwives On-Call) by Marion Lennox, when obstetrician Oliver Evans walked away Meant-to-Be-Family-Midwives-On-Callfrom his wife, Emily he thought he was doing the right thing as it would allow her the chance to be a mother—something he just couldn’t give her.

Midwife Emily has pieced together her own little family, and Oliver’s return changes everything. It’s clear that what they once had isn’t over, but if Oliver wants her back he’ll have to believe that being a dad can finally heal his heart…

Meant-to-Be-Family by Marion Lennox is a well written romance full of emotions and angst. The characters do not fail to win your heart and the medical details provided are enough and interesting. Oliver is a mature, guy next door hero whose actions are understandable. Emily is an awesome and caring mother who has so much love to give to others. Her two foster children however though adorable take away the spotlight from the main couple.

Meant-to-Be Family by Marion Lennox is perfect for everyone who loves a good inclusion of family in their romance and is looking forward for a romance based on emotions and finding that connection again.
 

Book Info:

03.5SPublished March 2015 by Harlequin Medical | (Midwives On-Call)

Meant to be a daddy?

When obstetrician Oliver Evans walked away from his wife, Emily, he hoped it would allow her the chance to be a mom—something he just couldn’t give her. But now Emily has crashed back into his life, and Oliver knows that this time he can never let her go!

Midwife Emily has pieced together her own little family, and Oliver’s return changes everything. It’s clear that what they once had isn’t over, but if Oliver wants her back he’ll have to believe that being a dad can finally heal his heart…

 

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6 Responses to “REVIEW: Meant-to-Be Family by Marion Lennox”

    • nerdy06

      His reasons are convincing but as always it would have been better if he would have just talked to the heroine on why he was leaving.

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