If This Is Love by Jewel E. Ann is now live!
He’s mine … don’t ever forget that.
Milo lives in the barn, a cowboy through and through.
I live in a castle, but I’m not a princess.
When the only person who loves me dies, Milo’s there.
As I get older, I no longer look at Milo like a big brother. I look at him like the man God made just for me.
With the first glimpse of freedom from my pathetic excuse for a father, I imagine a future with Milo. I dream of the day when we won’t have to hide our feelings.
But Milo has a secret. He is not free.
The man I love is marrying the woman I hate.
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Meet Jewel E. Ann
Jewel is a Wall Street Journal & USA Today bestselling author with a quirky sense of humor. When she’s not saving the planet one tree at a time, you can find her role modeling questionable behavior to her three boys, binge-watching Netflix with her husband, and writing mind-bending romance.
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My Five-Star Review:
If This is Love by Jewel E. Ann is another outstanding book for 2023!
“If This Is Love… why does our love have to be forbidden? The world doesn’t care about us. It doesn’t wait for us; why should we care about it? We’re not like everyone else.”
? Contemporary Romance
Fletcher Ellington is a wealthy man married to Ruthie; she cannot bear children, so Flecther pays a million dollars to buy a little girl called Indiana from her mother, and she joins their family at the age of four. Ruthie’s mom, Grandma Hill, and Aunt Faye are thrilled that Ruthie is happy. Fletcher’s sister and niece, Pauline, and Jolene, have different opinions on the subject. Jolene is only seven years older than Indie and is jealous that she is not treated as well as Ruthie treats Indie.
Milo Omar Odell is Fletcher’s leading man on the ranch who lives in the barn and is eight years older than Indiana. When Ruthie dies from cancer, Milo becomes her caretaker, while Flecther tries to drink himself to death. The older Indiana gets, the more their relationship changes, and she sees Milo as more than a brother; he’s hers to hold, to love. The only issue is Milo is not a free man; he has so many secrets and debts to pay his life will never be his own.
I could not put this book down and was intrigued and couldn’t wait to uncover Milo’s secret. JEA is a master wordsmith, and this story is a masterpiece.