Emma's Dream

Emma s Dream A woman is the last thing on Ben Morgan s mind as he comes home to Morgan s Run his family s ranch in Saguaro Valley Doctor s orders he s home to heal but the sooner he can get back to Santa Barbar

  • Title: Emma's Dream
  • Author: M. Lee Prescott
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A woman is the last thing on Ben Morgan s mind as he comes home to Morgan s Run, his family s ranch in Saguaro Valley Doctor s orders, he s home to heal, but the sooner he can get back to Santa Barbara, the better Then he runs into Maggie Williams on Main Street, prompting vivid memories of a magical night, and Ben s ailing heart skips a beat Father of her beloved fiveA woman is the last thing on Ben Morgan s mind as he comes home to Morgan s Run, his family s ranch in Saguaro Valley Doctor s orders, he s home to heal, but the sooner he can get back to Santa Barbara, the better Then he runs into Maggie Williams on Main Street, prompting vivid memories of a magical night, and Ben s ailing heart skips a beat Father of her beloved five year old daughter, the eldest of the Morgan sons is the last person Maggie expects to have crash into her car and back into her life For years, she has struggled to forget him and to make a life for herself and her daughter, Emma, the mirror image of a father, who is unaware of her existence Now, here he is, looking gorgeous than the day he ran out of town Maggie swears Ben Morgan will never break her heart again.

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    1. Please excuse me for a minute while I bang my head into the wallOkay, now that that's out of my system, let's talk about this book. Maggie is a 23 year old horse trainer, and mother of a disabled 4 year old. Maggie got knocked up at 18 by the H who was 26, they then had an argument and he left town- which was already in his plans before they had the drunken one night stand. She also leaves town and goes to college, which is completely irrelevant in her woe-is-me mindset. Ben doesn't contact her, [...]

    2. As I usually do, I'll critique/review as I go (but I'm sure if you've read any of my other critiques/reviews, I only tend to do this with books that are, well, less than stellar).OK. As much as I absolutely loathe the 'girl gets pregnant and doesn't tell the guy because he left town' plot lines, I'll let it slide just this once, and only because there are other writing sins that take precedence. First, Ben has got to be a bit of an idiot if he can't put two and two together that Emma is his daug [...]

    3. Another novel that seems to have far too many highlighted passages now I am ready to write a review.Looking back on the story my overall impression was of a relatively frothy predictable chick-lit romance, but there were too many uncomfortable moments for me to be able to say I liked it.• Maggie is talking to her assistant and tells him that the daughter (Emma - she of the title!) is not making much progress in therapy and has outgrown her third wheelchair. Err… Wouldn’t the assistant alre [...]

    4. Couldn't finish. Writing was stiff and author bounced between points of view, sometimes from sentence to sentence. It was hard to keep track of who was thinking what. Premise was interesting but execution lacking.

    5. I loved the story, but the way that it was written keeps me from giving it a higher rating. I often got lost on who was speaking or whose thoughts I was reading. Despite that, I loved the story; it was heartbreakingly beautiful.

    6. No. Bad book. Bad heroine. Contrived plot. Weak writing. Another romance where a woman hides a pregnancy and child from the boyfriend/father. This time the woman lets her child miss possible medical treatments the father can well afford and lives paycheck to paycheck out of pride and fear of her own heart breaking again. Waah waahThere's no prologue or flashback nor explanation of the romance that produced the child. So we are left with a summer fling when both parties went off to their own next [...]

    7. This book felt a little unpolished but I liked the characters and the ranch setting. Maggie drove me crazy at times. Who gets pregnant and doesn't tell the father or family? Her daughter deserves to have a father in her life. Ben should've been way more angry than he was. Then she refuses any money from Ben to help her (their) daughter. Wouldn't you do anything for your child especially if it comes from the dad who has that responsibility anyway? She was stubborn to a fault. The sexy scenes were [...]

    8. Good luck LeeYou are a wonderful writer So very believable. Great characters. Your writing is very descriptive and powerful. I loved this book. It's the best I've read in quite awhile. I know many readers will love it as much as I do. Thanks for a great read Lee. Keep up the good work.

    9. Do dreams really come true? Well for Maggie she didn't think so the day Ben showed back up in town after five years . After one night together Maggie's life changed forever only problem is Maggie is keeping a secret from Ben . Wonderful things happen in this book . A must read

    10. Emma’s Dream (Morgan’s Run Romances #1) — M. Lee Prescott (71 chapters) May 19-22, 2017Note: There are a few sexy bits in this story, including physical descriptions of the characters in these situations (and I can't say what these were…’s both too sexy for this review, and I don’t want to offend sensitive ears.)This is about as sugary sweet, heterosexual romance as it gets, where the main characters are next boy and girl types, and the plot is of a typical water-down variety. In fac [...]

    11. Very touching, emotional, funny and all around great story.5 years Maggie and Ben Jr. Had a drunken one night stand and right after he high tailed it put of town, she also left to go to NJ but a few months later she came bad home to her dad, pregnant. Her life as a mother of a 4 year old Emma was touch but bearable with her father Ned. But a tragic accident left little Emma broken, the driver got off with scraps and not having to pay for the accident or Emma's hospital bills.Fender bender Maggie [...]

    12. Long windedYou could easily take out half the book, and it would be an OK read. Does how many sheep they have, what kind the are and what purpose they serve pertain to the story? Not at all, but we get that anyways. I skipped through quite a few pages of pointless writing. The h goes hot and cold it seems like every other paragraph, that got annoying real fast. If you are thinking that it"s a cowboy book so you'll get an alpha, think again. The H is actually a bit of a pansy. His ex visiting ser [...]

    13. Maggie is FrustratingI'm 33% into this book and so frustrated with Maggie, I want to spit! She is selfish and maddening!SPOILERSShe sleeps with Ben in less time than it takes for his eager, elitist mom to set up his first pseudo blind date and keeps doing it. Yet, she hasn't told him he's the father of her child whom he dotes on constantly. Also, when he begs to pay for the girls treatments, Maggie says, "I just can't let you do that." Your baby is in need of radical treatment, a guy you claim t [...]

    14. 4 StarsBen and Maggie's journey was a little bit long for me. This book takes you in so many different directions at times you can't keep up. It sort of is a modern day Cinderella story with a twist that you know about in the beginning but not so much a Cinder story but like a girl meets boy, girl has sex by boy and boy leaves to only come back many years later to find the twist that becomes a little bit cute and a lot of frustration when another twist is thrown into the mix.Though I did enjoy t [...]

    15. Emma's Dream (Morgan's Run Romances #1) - RViolence: noneLanguage: <40 including deity and FbombSex: oh, most definitely.Ugh. Eye-roll at repeated penis-as-attraction barometer. And the child is extremely precocious to speak like she does at four years. Also, there are a load of "my darlings" and I don't know if I can buy into this book even remotely. I was completely intrigued by the H's mom's treatment of the heroine and couldn't figure out how anyone credible could come back from that. So, [...]

    16. This one is kinda iffy. I am not a huge fan. The author used pet names all over the place. Darling, Baby, Sweetheart, Darling, Darling, Darling It was too much, and I ended up skipping parts because that was all that I can see, and the guy is the one calling his girl darling. I just don't see a guy doing that unless he is metro or gay.If you can get past all the pet names, then the story line isn't too bad. Mom has baby and doesn't tell dad because he left town and didn't say goodbye. Daughter h [...]

    17. The storyline itself is OK, but the writing is stiff and simplistic. I won't rehash the story, you can read the synopsis for yourself. It pretty much tells you all you need to know. Emma's Dream is straightforward, there're no surprises or really much drama. Everything falls into place too neatly, too quickly. If you're looking for a story as filler that you don't feel like investing anything of yourself this one may serve the purpose.

    18. It's a romance book. In the South. With a judgy mom who does a 180. And they have Help. *tugs at neckline*I sigh. I wish I had more of an opinion. I came for the romance, and stayed for the kid. Even then, is this a 4 or 8 year old? Why is this another "perfect child"? Doesn't quite do it for me. Maybe it's time to step away from the Freebies for awhile.

    19. Too many POV'sIt was pretty hard to read this when on just one page the author would have 2+ point of views. It was difficult to keep up and make the book less enjoyable. It also seemed a bit rushed and I didn't like that she made the mother out to be a horrible person and until the end. I love the story line and think she could have done so much more with it.

    20. Excellent story!This was a read I could not put down once I started it! I loved the storyline. The characters were really well developed and there were a numbers of times of suspense, wondering just how the author was going to turn the story for the win-win ending. Can't wait to read the rest of the series.

    21. This book was hard to read, you think it's going to be about one main couple but then all of a sudden you're reading about a different couple that isn't even really apart of the story. The only good thing about this was Emma. I wouldn't go out and buy the next books in the series right away maybe if bookbub has them for free I'd get them then.

    22. Good, butI read this book because recommended it to me. I prefer Christian authors. If you are looking for a sweet love story, this isn't it. More graphics than I wanted!

    23. Emma's Dream by M. Lee PrescottA story of how two people separated for years meet up again and rekindle their love. Throw in a young girl who has been injured and unknown to her father with the trials and tribulations of becoming a family and helping their daughter walk again.

    24. GoodThis is a good read. A little bit above average. Maggie frustrated me. What woman with a handicapped child would not want help from millionaire grandparents and stubbornly refuse to let them know about their granddaughter. That's not realistic.

    25. Good readGreat romance, well developed plot. Not as predictable as many. Good string make and female characters! Hope to read more of the series.

    26. A beautiful love story of Ben and Maggie. It tells about Ben coming home to his hometown, and discovering a past that made his heart beat again.Wonderful. So much different from my kind of genre.

    27. Nicely doneEmma is the center of this heartfelt story, and she is such a sweetheart. Ben has much to overcome, but Maggie finally makes it possible.

    28. Very enjoyable read. I thought the story was good and the writing was good. I will be reading the next books. I recommend this to others.

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