Dream Keeper -
Gail McFarland -
Available Now! -
4.5 out of 5 books -
Marissa "Rissa" Traylor has got the life. She's beautiful, has a successful sports agency, and has a sexy husband that loves her like Jesus loves the church. The one thing she doesn't have is a child. Dennis Charles "Dench" Traylor is the new head football coach of the Atlanta team, thanks to Rissa. He has a wonderful job and a beautiful wife. Dench would love to have a child of his own because he was raised by his aunt and never got the full family experience growing up. After four years of trying, Rissa and Dench are finally pregnant. When the pregnancy ends in a miscarriage, it is left up to Dench to hold his wife and their marriage together.
Dream Keeper is a well written story by Gail McFarland. The characters, both primary and secondary, are very well developed and the story also flows very well. Dream Keeper deals with the issue of infertility. This brings a realness to the characters in the book because most women have dealt with infertility, directly or indirectly, at some point in their life. Dream Keeper is a very good read!
Reviewed By Tenecia for Urban Reviews
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