About the Book
Jane Reeves and Sean O'Callaghan seem to be a match made in heaven—but the timing is all wrong. Jane has her heart set on serving a mission, and she can't delay telling Sean the news any longer: not only has she quietly submitted her mission papers, but she's also leaving in a month ... for Alaska. Shocked and devastated, Sean struggles to come to terms with Jane's decision. Unable to deny the depth of their feelings for one another, Sean makes a promise to wait for her.
Life unfolds for both Jane and Sean, with communications limited to weekly e-mails. But with just a few months left in Jane's mission, Sean's messages stop. When she receives the dreaded "Dear Jane" breakup along with the news that she has been replaced by Sean's former flame, Jane knows the future she envisioned now belongs to another woman. But upon her return home, Jane quickly realizes some things are worth fighting for—perhaps, most of all, a shot at true love.
About the Author
During her early years of reading, Ranee` S. Clark devoured fantasy books, which continued into her adulthood—since she often believes that a well-written romance novel is a delightful fantasy. Though raising three boys can sometimes hamper both romance with her own Mr. Charming and her writing, she tries to get a little of both in every day. And most of the time she succeeds
Ranee’ S. Clark has written an engaging and funny story in her novel Love, Jane. It is about relationships, communication, and most of all love. This is a story that will speak to and touch the heart of readers as they relate it to their own lives and the people in them. Clark has a way of speaking to her readers that draws them in as if the story were truly happening. Emotions in the story will hit home with its readers as they come to know the characters and see the events of their lives unfold. Jane Reeves is in love with Sean O’Callaghan, but she wants to serve an LDS mission. They stay in touch, but can their long distance relationship last until Jane gets home? She must decide what she really wants and in the end if true love is really worth fighting for. I would recommend this story to readers that enjoy contemporary LDS romance novels.
Genre: contemporary, romance, LDS, Christian
Publisher: Covenant Communications
Publication date: March 1, 2017
Number of pages: 272
Content Rating: PG
Book Rating: 5 stars
A review copy of this book was provided by Covenant Communications. A review was not required and all views and opinions expressed are my own.
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