Along Came Twins Tiny Miracles #2 ( Kindle ePUB ) Author Rebecca Winters

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N its toll and even as Kellie surprises Leandros with the exciting news they're just days away from divorceOnly Leandros has other ideas Though they might have almost fallen This was an okay read for me Not good enough to re read but not bad enough for me to wish I had skipped itThis has a vast cast of characters You have our hero Greek billionaire Leandros and his soon to be ex wife Kellie who are still deeply in love but have had infertility issues and it has taken a toll on them both Then we have Petra Leandros long time friend and eventually his wife who we hear about throughout the book who had been pregnant when she was killed in a plane crash killing both her and the unborn child a couple years ago Next there is the well hated sister of Leandros dead wife who is off her rocker and is obsessed with having Leandros He is like most typical men clueless and has no idea she is coming on to him When his new wife alerts him to the fact he doesn t pay attention When she has finally had enough she asks him to go to a marriage counselorhe refusedGreek men are always right don t you know Leandros is clueless and doesn t heed his wife s opinions and warnings about the lying conniving ex sister in law and there you have the breakdown of their marriageI wanted to mention that this book really didn t contain any romance per se There was no intimacy maybe two kisses and that was the extent I do have to applaud the inclusion of a marriage counselor that helped them put their marriage back together I thought it said a lot about the author The counselor was super and was indeed helpful in letting them know where the breakdown of their relationshipmarriage began

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Along Came Twins Tiny Miracles #2

Apart he knows they belong together and he is determined to do whatever it takes to repair their marriage Will he convince Kellie that miracles can happen than once in a fami A simple uick readI know a lot of people like Mills Boon books whilst I might not be the target audience for them I still liked this book It was a short and easy read The prose was simple and clean and predictable I liked the happy ending but I don t like how one of the characters was considered an invalid because she was unmarried and had no children Other than that I liked how it was set in Greece

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We're going to have twinsKellie Petralia soon to be ex wife of Greek billionaire Leandros is miraculously pregnant with twinsBut the pain of being unable to conceive has take Ok this book I loved To be honest the 4 stars were because I don t understand how someone so compassionate as the hero let s the other woman make trouble and dismisses his wife s words so easily How did he let her walk all over his wife who was so dear to him and not notice How can a married man not realise that a third person is violating their personal space How did he not see that living at his old flat might translate to his new wife that he s hanging onto the memories of his first wifeBut apart from that this was an amazing bookAnd whatever his failing was as a husband to begin with he had dedicated himself to make things right To begin with Marriage counselling not AFTER knowing about the pregnancy BEFORE He REALLY wanted to work on his marriage it was hard for him since he was such a proud man to accept that the breakdown of the marriage might be because of his shortcomings and he will have to eventually voice out some of his innermost thoughts which even though were true he wasn t proud of It is hard to admit your weaknesses and vulnerability to your loved ones because you want to appear flawless to themBUT he acted on salvaging the marriage To me that shows character and I love it when the characters act like responsible adults instead of sulky teenagersThe heroine was also willing to accept her share of failings even though a little reluctantly as she thought herself as the injured party and came across as a little stubborn and bitchy to begin with but I soon started admiring her strengthIt was really satisfying to watch these two to work on their issues and come together like they re related to meI also for once was happy that they decided to forgive the OW because clearly she was sick She had psychological issues that nobody picked up on Nobody paid enough attention to her to see how sick she was She needed help and forgiveness not punishmentAnother thing did bother me a little bit Hero had a happy marriage with his first wife He loved her however this is where personal interpretations come in he wasn t IN LOVE with her They were best friends turning couple and had a good marriage So does this make heroine a second best Heroine thought so That was her insecurities Hero vehemently denied Heroine hated the fact she was a virgin and he had a full on married life before her and his wife had his love first Hero couldn t really do anything about the lack of virginity but he was never hung up on his first wife and he fell in love with heroine and asked her to marry him because of loveI also got a feeling the ex wife was a very self centred shallow woman who never put the hero first Hero visited HER parents with her but visited his parents by himself because she didn t enjoy the place the stayed in She had a busy career meaning they were apart most of the time So hero was bound to get lonely in this relationship sooner rather than later if she didn t die I really could see this one heading to divorce court so I didn t torture myself with what if heroine came to his life while he was married And I thought heroine was definitely not a second best and he was passionately in love with her which may not have been the case with his first wife


10 thoughts on “Along Came Twins Tiny Miracles #2

  1. says:

    Ok this book I loved To be honest the 4 stars were because I don't understand how someone so compassionate as the hero let's the other woman make trouble and dismisses his wife's words so easily How did he let her walk all over his wife who was so dear to him and not notice How can a married man not realise that a third person is violating their personal space How did he not see that living at his old flat might translat

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    It was interesting for half of it The idea of the marriage counseling was so good and the 1st two therapy sessions was so nice But after the half mark it started going down hill specially with the crazy obsessed ex sister i

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    375 Stars

  4. says:

    Well that was different This story is of a couple who are on the verge of divorce and after a separation of a month decide to go to marriage counseling The whole book is the story of this counseling and their discoveries there and the discussions they have afterwards as they make their way back to each other So you get to see their marriage unfold as each of them admits what they were feeling and believing about the other's act

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    This was an okay read for me Not good enough to re read but not bad enough for me to wish I had skipped itThis has a vast cast of characters You have our hero Greek billionaire Leandros and his soon to be ex wife Kellie who are still deeply in

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    This was different In a good way but I didn't think it had much romance I love the marriage in peril trope and the evil other woman so that was somewhat typical but the way they worked their problems out by 100% open communication and honesty with a good dose of couples therapy was uite atypical for a category romance I feel like i

  7. says:

    A simple uick readI know a lot of people like Mills Boon books whilst I might not be the target audience for them I still liked this book It

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    Review Posted on HarleuinJunkiecomWhen I reviewed “Baby Out of the Blue” I mentioned it had a seuel That seuel is Along Came Twinsby Rebecca Winters It was lovely to read both books as the second contained the intriguing characters of Kellie and Leandros Petralia who were introduced in the first bookTheir marriage was teetering on the edge of disaster because of many things – the most heart wrenching of w

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    I thought this

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    Miniseries Tiny MiraclesCategory Contemporary Romance