Love Enough for All by Lori Zecca
America House Book Publishers - 2001
ISBN: 1588519562
Contemporary mainstream fiction - for adult content

Reviewed by Shannon I. Bigham,
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In Love Enough for All, Chase Grayson is still mourning the death of his wife two years earlier. Part owner of a busy restaurant, he is raising his three daughters alone. Chase and his daughters move to a new home for a fresh start.

Bryn McAllyster lives in the neighborhood that Chase moves into. Bryn divorced her husband, Travis, after his adulterous affair broke apart their marriage. Bryn is left with raising their son and daughter, although Travis sees them on the weekend. Bryn is not looking for a long-term relationship with a man, but she can't help but feel an immediate attraction to Chase.

Chase's daughter Marley and Bryn's daughter Justine strike up a close friendship shortly after Chase and his girls move into the neighborhood. As a result, Chase and Bryn talk regularly and see each other on a regular basis. A strong friendship develops between them and even stronger feelings appear, though both of them are hesitant to act on their feelings, for fear of ruining their friendship.

While feelings between Chase and Bryn increase, their friendship grows even stronger as they support each other through life's daily challenges. Chase's three daughters each have different personalities and Marley especially feels threatened by Chase bringing any woman into their life whatsoever. Bryn must deal with her ex-husband and relationships in her past.

If you enjoy stories about a budding relationship, this is the book for you. The author does a very good job of describing the emotional development between Chase and Bryn. There are many sexual scenes in the book, most centering on the mounting sexual tension between Chase and Bryn as they decide where to take their relationship. There is no surprise ending but there are some twists and turns in the novel that keep the story interesting as Chase and Bryn's relationship develops. This was a light, entertaining read that was quite enjoyable.


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