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Publisher Description

Emerson "Em" Jordan always wanted a Valentine's Day wedding. But after being dumped by her boyfriend, she spends the holiday at Seashell Cottage on the Gulf Coast of Florida with Devin Gerard, a family friend who has no interest in her or any other woman and is instead concentrating on his pediatric medical practice and continuing medical missions in Costa Rica.

, who's always wanted a large family, doesn't mind his disinterest. At thirty-two, she's decided she doesn't need a husband to have a child or to adopt one. First, she's going to fulfill her dream of setting up her own landscape design business in upstate New York and has promised to continue to help run her grandmother's flower shop.

It isn't until Em and Devin become friends that Em realizes she might want more than friendship  from him. But with his work in Miami and Costa Rica and her busy life in New York, it's out of the question until something happens that changes everything, even a couple of hearts.

GENRE
Romance
AVAILABLE
2019
June 11
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
305
Pages
PUBLISHER
Wild Quail Publishing
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
390
KB

Customer Reviews

penny42058 ,

A beautiful story

This is the third book I’ve read by Judith Keim and I look forward to reading many more of her books. Change of Heart is an emotional read about Emerson “Em”Jordan and Devin Gerard. This book will draw you in right away and will have you wanting more at the end. Em and Devin start out as friends and Em has decided that’s all they’ll be. Devin works in Florida and offers his medical services in Costa Rica. Em knows she can’t leave her family in Ellenton, New York. I won’t leave any spoilers, but I have to say what Devin did for Ava is amazing. Also, I didn’t like Kat and she is not a true friend. I bet you’ll agree after reading this amazing book. Grab your copy and I bet you’ll be wanting to read more books from this author.

I received an advance reader copy of this book and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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