Sunny Shelly’s Review: Down We’ll Come, Baby, by Carrie Aarons

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Book Blurb:

Imogen

There is no way we can still love and cherish one and other.

When I married Theo Walsh, the rough, bearded townie who worked construction on my family’s summer house, I’d found my happily ever after.

That was before the fighting.
Before the jealousy.
Before the infertility.

We’ll be divorced long before death does us part.

But to secure my place in the family dynasty, there is just one more hoop I have to jump through. And I need him to do it.

Faking the marriage we once thrived in will gut me.
Especially with the secret I’m carrying.

Theo

I would have sacrificed for her until the end of time.

My job.
My home.
My happiness.

I’d given it all up to marry her. That’s how much I loved Imogen Weston, the daughter to one of the world’s richest families.

From the day we met, I’d done nothing but try to live up to the man she expected to be with. And now, I was done.

Sure, I’d complete this one final ask of hers, even if it destroyed me.

But I’ve made her promise the one thing that might save me. She swore that after she got everything she ever wanted, she wouldn’t look back.

I made my wife vow to leave me forever.

Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars

As much as I love a second-chance or enemies-to-lovers workplace romance, I find that the marriage-in-crisis stories really gut me. I’ve read — and loved — several of Carrie Aarons’ romcoms, so I wasn’t sure what to expect from a darker, more dramatic story. Down We’ll Come, Baby blew me away.

Theo and Imogen are complete opposites, from two different worlds. She’s a pampered princess from American royalty, and he’s a poor pauper, a townie from the beaches where her family “summers.” But the connection between them is so strong, even in their darkest hours. This heartbreaking story takes place during the struggle in their marriage, and really explores how miscarriage and infertility can test even the strongest of bonds.

Having miscarried myself, I felt every pang of failure and loss that Imogen felt. It’s so raw and unlike any other pain, and I connected with her and Theo immediately. While I understand how some readers thought that Imogen was a doormat where her parents are concerned, I also understood how she was desperately trying to keep the peace. Even though her family drew a huge wedge between she and her husband.

But true love prevails, and Theo and Imogen get everything they ever wanted by the time the book ends. It’s a messy, emotional journey, and I cried so many times for his couple. Down We’ll Come, Baby is so true to life, and it’s an amazing tale of forgiveness, true love, inner strength, loyalty and beautiful rainbows.

I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.

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AUTHOR INFORMATION:

Author of romance novels such as Red Card and Privileged, Carrie Aarons writes books that are just as swoon-worthy as they are sarcastic. A former journalist, she prefers the stories she dreams up, and the yoga pant dress code, much better.

When she isn’t writing, Carrie is busy binging reality TV, having a love/hate relationship with cardio, and trying not to burn dinner. She lives in the suburbs of New Jersey with her husband, daughter and dog.

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