As a widow, Jessie Thompson has been struggling to make ends meet. To
help her out, her neighbor, Corbin Vaughn, pays her to take care of his
children. Corbin lost his wife to cancer several years ago. Jessie and
Corbin have a certain chemistry that's both wonderful and frustrating.
After several unexpected expenses, Jessie reaches a point where she has
to sell her house. That would mean moving to an apartment and losing the
income from watching Corbin's kids. Corbin suggests that marriage would
solve all their problems. After much prayer and consideration, she
agrees to marry him. Their marriage does solve several problems but it
also opens up a whole set of new ones.
Conveniently Yours is an
entertaining story that keeps you fully engaged from beginning to end. I
loved the banter between Jessie and Corbin but I also loved their
chemistry; lots of sizzle. The children will find their way into your
heart with their cute personalities as well as their antics. One
thing that touched my heart was the way Jessie interacted with the folks
at the homeless shelter. I really admired her. I appreciated how Jessie
and Corbin both put their faith into action by the things they did for
those around them. Something we should all be doing. Conveniently Yours
is lively tale and one I would highly recommend. I can't wait for the
Here’s a favorite quote from the beginning of the book: "Jessie
stood in the entrance of the master bedroom. The amphibians returned,
playing leapfrog in her middle. She stared at Corbin’s bed. “You don’t
expect us to share that, do you?” Corbin rested his forearm against the
other side of the doorframe. His mouth rose in a curious smile as he
looked from the bed to her. “Uh, yeah. That’s what husbands and wives
usually do.” “But you haven’t even held my hand!” Her voice came across
stronger than normal. Corbin turned and leaned his back against the
frame, narrowing the space between them. “You want me to … hold your
hand?” Fully indignant, Jessie squared her jaw and faced him. “If you
expect to hold anything else, that would be a good place to start.”
*This complimentary copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*
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