The Winter of My Love
by J.L. Lora
A Love for All Seasons, #2
Publication Date: March 15, 2019
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Standalone
Spencer Grayson’s structured world is collapsing. The surrogate he hired to carry his and his late wife’s child has gone missing and the wrong woman is inseminated. There weren’t supposed to be loose ends in this transaction, but it’s turning into a zero-sum game he can’t afford to lose.
Artist Winter Alexander has painted a perfect picture for her life. But when a routine procedure results in an accidental pregnancy, the realistic portrait she painted turns surreal. It’s an error she can’t brush away with a tube of titanium-white, no matter how much she might want to. Especially not when the Grayson is determined she become his substitute surrogate.
To Grayson, Winter is an abstract piece, a collection of soulful shapes and swirls he’s hopelessly mesmerized by. One he wouldn’t have envisioned in his life before. Winter finds Grayson controlling at first, but beneath those cold eyes lies a longing, a torch of desire and vulnerability that makes her agree to things she’d never considered.
They embark on a 40-week journey in the name of a child, navigating through a sea of self-doubt, conflicting emotions and rising feelings. When these nine months are over, will Grayson be able to convince Winter to make him and the baby part of her picture-perfect landscape? What happens next is something neither of them sees coming.
❤️ My Review
This one pulled me in from the beginning with the intriguing storyline and interesting characters. When Winter goes in for what should be a routine procedure she ends up with the last thing she wants, a stranger’s embryo in her body. When that stranger turns out to be self-made billionaire and hottie Spencer Grayson things get interesting especially his reason for wanting this baby. Cue tears! Lots of emotion and drama in the story with Winter’s history and Gray’s feelings about romantic love. It took me awhile to feel the connection between Winter and Gray, other than their mutual concern for the baby. That was really sweet. I wish the author had given us a reason for Grayson not using his first name. Other than money and good looks he was kind of flat until he showed his love for the baby and then his concern for Winter as more than just an incubator. I liked Winter from the beginning. She overcame her fears and forfeited her lifestyle, wishes, and possibly her future to give Gray what he wanted. She was exceptional. And her girlfriends were the bomb. Loved the big ones and the little ones. Fierce love!
ABOUT J.L. LORA
J. L. Lora is a Dominican-American author. Her stories explore the dark side of good characters, people living in the gray areas of life while playing the cards life has dealt them. She loves strong heroines and their equally powerful Men. She currently lives in Maryland, pursuing her dream of writing compelling, sexy, can’t-put-down stories about empowered, badass alpha heroines and take-your-breath-away alpha heroes
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