|About the Book|
Book three in the Ordinary Days in Myrtle Hill Series is Marie Springfield’s story. Slip into your favorite reading spot and come along as Marie meets Slade Turner. There’s immediate attraction, soon to be enhanced by chemistry, and they share aMoreBook three in the Ordinary Days in Myrtle Hill Series is Marie Springfield’s story. Slip into your favorite reading spot and come along as Marie meets Slade Turner. There’s immediate attraction, soon to be enhanced by chemistry, and they share a common dream to right mistakes of their pasts. But, can romance be that simple? No. Past experience conflicts with the present and blocks the path to the fulfillment of their dreams.As the story unfolds, Marie is honored to be Becca’s matron of honor. Still, as her heart burst with joy for her best friend, she struggles against envy and hides the painful emptiness she feels for herself. Three years after her husband’s death, Marie regrets her decision to delay having a child while she concentrated on building her business. Now, although her business is a success, her life is empty, and her biological clock is ticking. With no romantic prospects, she’s determined to have a child even if it means entering into a loveless marriage with the help of an online dating service. As Becca’s wedding date nears, Slade Turner comes on the scene as the best man. There’s chemistry and strong attraction. Is he the answer to her prayer for a second chance to have a family? She decides to give the romance six-weeks to develop. And, the embers of attraction flair. But before long, she finds herself at a fork in the road. One path leads to romance, marriage, and the family of her dreams. The other is a response to God’s call to help a young girl in trouble and a baby that could be a different answer to her prayer. How can she choose?Slade Turner’s wife took off with another man, leaving everything behind including divorce papers ready for his signature. After dealing with the pain, Slade decided to go after the desire of his heart, a loving wife to give him children of his own. Slade has his eye on Marie and, besides being attracted to her, he finds her especially suitable since she has no children. But, Slade keeps fumbling his attempts to express his feelings, he doesn’t share Marie’s compassion for helping the ex-foster child, and he’s vehemently opposed to adoption. Can he win her heart within the six-week window of opportunity? Does he want to?