A cynical divorce attorney. A believer in happily ever after. What could possibly go wrong?
Robert Carter survived an abusive upbringing from an alcoholic father to become founder and CEO of a globally renowned, billion-dollar medical supply company. Now, he is ready to settle down and raise a houseful of kids to prove to himself that he can be a better father than the one who raised him. But the one woman he desires to make his dreams come true has other ideas about love and marriage.
As a little girl, Yasmine Reynolds fantasized about raising a family with Robert, her best friend’s older brother. Now all grown up, and in-demand as one of Boston’s best divorce attorneys money can buy, Yasmine realizes that love and marriage is not the bed of roses she imagined it would be. She becomes even more cynical when a relationship she thought strong enough to weather any storm unravels before her eyes.
Is Robert’s unwavering love enough to convince Yasmine that Happily Ever After does exist? Or, will her persistent fears about marriage, and the secret she has been hiding from him, send this hunk of a man tumbling into the arms of another woman?
This was such a wonderful story! You did it again Ana E. Ross!!!
Excellent Spinoff from the 'Granite Falls' Series...
I’m a huge fan of Ana Ross’ work, so I can’t believe I’m just getting around to reading “Loving Yasmine”. I truly enjoyed reading Robert and Yasmine’s story. I always love it when authors include characters from previous books in their stories. It was great seeing what Erik, Michelle, and the little ones were up to. I wish all the brides and grooms of Granite Falls had popped in to let us know what they were up too, lol. Hopefully there’s more to come from this couple and the supporting cast in the book. I look forward to reading more happenings from the ‘Beyond Granite Falls’ series and would especially love to see what evolves as far as Armand and Sylvia, whether they’re together or they just find that ONE. No spoilers from me, but if you’re a fan of the Granite Falls Crew, you definitely need to check out “Loving Yasmine”.