About Unbroken Promises of the Heart

Unbroken Promises of the Heart

Liz and Mary scheme to make Mary’s dream of owning a hat shop come true, they are unaware that their husbands, Michael and Peter are scheming behind their backs to try to realize a dream of theirs that the girls do not discover until late in the story. Harriet, Liz’s sister, has come home and has eyes for the mysterious Isaac all the while being pursued by the quirky revered Lyons. Harriet, with the help of her famous sister, gets a job editing at the Gazette but the pudgy, foolish son of the owner, continually makes her job awkward are difficult. He is determined to undermine her position and make her his wife. Liz struggles with being a newlywed, being “With Child” and keeping up on her writing, Mary and her sister Harriet attempt to help her navigate this difficult time as her Peter seems to be preoccupied. In the meantime, the gazette featurette progresses with the botched wedding of Lavender and John by the miraculously undead pirate, Morose. Morose claims to have been rescued by a mermaid.

My review

I loved Enduring Promises of the Heart by Valerie Loveless. So I was so excited when I saw that she had a sequel coming out! I loved the clever way this author wrote this one as well.

Mary and Liz are back in this book. They’re both married now. And Liz is still writing her serial for the newspaper. But, things get more and more complicate in the lives of these two. And Liz’s sister Harriet also gets thrown into the mix. I had to laugh at the way these three try to snoop on Liz’s and Mary’s husbands. This ends up causing problems for all five of them.

The author allows the reader to see things from so many perspectives. I loved that, it really helps the reader to know what’s happening and why.

And, of course, the reader gets to read Liz’s serial as well. I loved these parts. They are just fun, and filled with adventure, danger and intrigue. I loved the way these parts added to the rest of the book.

I loved this one! If you haven’t read Enduring Promises of the Heart, you’re going to want to read that one first.

I was sent a copy of Unbroken Promises of the Heart as a gift from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

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