Friday, March 15, 2013

Love in the Balance Book Review

Love in the Balance:
Handsome Cowboy or Debonair Tycoon.

How's a Girl to Choose?
Molly Lovelace dreams of a life without cares in Lockhart, Texas. She also dreams of handsome wrangler Bailey Garner, her ardent but inconsistent beau. The problem is, with Bailey's poor prospects, she just can't fit the two dreams together.
Then mysterious stranger Edward Pierrepont sweeps into town-and her life-and for the first time Molly wonders if she's met the man who can give her everything. But he won't be in Lockhart long and while it certainly seems like he talks about their glorious future together, she can't quite get Bailey out of her mind.
What's a girl to do with all these decisions when love is in the balance?

Molly Lovelace has lived in Lockhart, Texas her whole life and has dreamed of sharing everything with Bailey Garner. But Bailey Garner is dirt poor and Molly's parent's want her to find a more suitable man to spend the rest of her life with.
Molly's dad owns a sawmill and makes a good living. One day he suffers a severe heart attack and can no longer hold down the full responsibility of the sawmill. Into town comes Edward Pierrepont, handsome and rich.
He falls in love with Molly and tells her he will buy the sawmill and hire someone to help her Dad if she will marry him and go to Alaska with him. She decides that this is the right thing to do for her father even though she loves Bailey.
Only Edward ups and leaves her before they even get to Alaska and she learns he is already a married man and that they were never legally married!
What will she do now? Well, you will have to read the book to find out. I left alot of stuff out so you will have some surprises here and there also.
Regina Jennings is celebrating the release of Love in the Balance with a Kindle Fire Giveaway and a Facebook Author Chat Party on 4/4!
Disclaimer: Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monetary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from you.