Unwilling to force Case McCord into a proposal of marriage, a pregnant Pru Kenyon decides to walk away from the man she loves, not telling him that she is expecting his baby, but she never bargained on how much Case is willing to do for love.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Okay, this was a re-read for the who knows how many times. Like all JAK books, I loved it. It is definitely one of my favorites even amongst her books.
The only problem I had with the book is the portrayal of the “older” characters. The housekeeper is fifty and has episodes whenever she is upset. I’m older than that and I felt insulted by the characterization of a woman of that age.
Funny. I didn’t feel that way when I read this book back in the 80s.