I have read and reviewed WHEN MORNING COMES by Francis Ray that I received from St. Martin’s Press. Now it is time to let someone else enjoy it and I am going to provide my copy to one lucky winner. To be eligible to win please leave a comment on “are you a sunrise or sunset lover?”. The winner for this book will be posted on Sunday – July 1st and will have two-weeks to email me their address. My contest rules stipulate that you must come back to see if you have won and then email me with your address.
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REVIEW from Mary Gramlich "The Reading Reviewer"
WHEN MORNING COMES by Francis Ray
Should we ever stop dreaming about the life we can have?
Sabrina Thomas and Kara Simmons are the best of friends pursing rewarding careers, seeking to find love with a HEA attached to it. Sabrina set her sights on the ever-elusive Dr. Cade Mathis who may be a gift surgeon but he has no bedside manner. Kara gets in the line of sight of Tristan Landers and once he meets her he is determined to show her she is worth being loved.
While Cade tries to run for cover, Sabrina keeps up her pace to follow up. Sabrina is trying to prove that even though he did not have the best of life growing up he became something that everyone admires. Cade has bitterness he needs to let go of and Sabrina is right there to guide him. Both did grow up as adopted children but the difference of a loving home for Sabrina makes Cade even angrier toward his past.
Tristan introduces Kara and her stunning artwork to just the right people and begins the slow process of opening up doors for her. Kara has to fight off the brutal emotional attacks from her mother and start to believe she is worth more than the price of a dress at Dillards.
The four lives are connected in more ways than could ever be expected, with some great surprises and an awful discovery. While working through the highs and lows of any relationship you learn that you have to believe in the possible, fight the future, and embrace the gift of love when presented.