“Jennifer: An O’Malley Love Story” by Dee Henderson

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My Thoughts-
“Jennifer: An O’Malley Love Story” by Dee Henderson

Jennifer is a doctor to sick kids. These kids have cancer, a complicated disease or are dying. She makes sure these kids don’t get common illnesses, such as a cold or flu. Her dream growing up was to help kids. The job doesn’t come without it’s hurts though, many kids struggle and some loose the battle. One day she meets a surgeon named, Tom. He starts to come around her more and more and soon their friendship becomes more then Jennifer could ever imagine. There are some unexpected twists to this story that I don’t want to give away, so I’ll end my description there.

I really liked this book. Tom is a Christian and he helps show Jennifer who God is in his life and who He can be in her life. The book also is a cute romance book, with none of the “yucky” mushy aspects of it. It’s a short read of only 154 pages, which makes it a fun weekend book to read. The only thing that disappointed me was how short it ended, I know there are more books coming out but I wasn’t expecting the book to just end like it did. I look forward to the next book in the series.

I would recommend this book to anyone who would love to read a cute Christian romance. Beware, it will make you cry, laugh and get mad.

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