Sunday Book Review – A Marriage of Convenience by Stevie Turner

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Today’s Sunday Book Review is on Stevie Turner’s – A Marriage of Convenience. I’ll admit, I’ve read quite a few of Stevie’s collection of books and I’m happy to share my review here. Please note: Stevie’s book is on pre-order right now so you can purchase at a discount price!

 

Book: A Marriage of Convenience

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Blurb:

Gerrie Hermann, aspiring rock star from a rich South African family, has an unusual proposal for Sophie Woods when he meets her for the first time in their university canteen. Strait-laced Sophie has never done anything out of the ordinary in the whole of her 19 years. When she decides to take Gerrie up on his offer she has no idea that her decision is going to affect the rest of her life in ways that she could never have foreseen, even in her wildest dreams.

 

My 5 Star Review:

Turner has a gift for creating engrossing family drama stories and fleshing out strong characters who draw us into their stories and emotions.

In this tale we are introduced to Sophie, a university student, who is offered an unusual opportunity to marry Gerrie, an aspiring musician who is a fellow student at her school,: he’s looking for someone who will marry him to give him legal status to stay in the U.K. legally to pursue his musical career. A large sum of money comes with the offer which makes it quite a tempting one.

What transpires from their marriage of convenience turns out to be a lasting love, along with an emotional rollercoaster for both Sophie and Gerrie from the beginning when they both, first have to inform their parents about the sudden marriage, and continues with the drama that ensues throughout their marriage (no spoilers). Suffice it to say, that the plot thickens when Gerrie hatches a plot to extract money from his wealthy parents to start up a band and take it on the road, which backfires because Gerrie’s parents had bigger dreams of him taking over the family business, so there was no other way his parents would freely hand him over the money for a pipedream. This leaves Gerrie with no option but to go through with his alternate plan which ultimately winds up jeopardizing his family.

The story continues to build with many tribulations as the couple’s plight to gain funds gets sticky, and Gerrie and Sophie are faced with dramatic family woes. As the years pass and their family grows, grief that is hidden but never forgotten plays a big part in their quest to regain their family unit and in doing so, find forgiveness for the baddies who had turned their lives upside down.

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  1. Thanks for this great review Debby. I’ll be sure to share it around! x

    1. My absolute pleasure Stevie. I love your books! <3

  2. Your reviews always make me want to read, Deb. RT.

    1. Oh, that’s so nice to hear, thanks Jacqui 🙂

  3. Another interesting recommendation, Deb. Love your review of this one. It sounds like the kind of book I’d love with drama and family tension. The premise is an interesting one.

    1. Yes, you might just like it.:) x

    1. Thanks Sal <3

  4. Engaging review, Deb, and one that is sure to prompt readers to want more. Wishing Stevie all the best with her new book ❤️

    1. Thanks so much Tina for your well wishes. <3

  5. Thanks for sharing this, Debby. Stevie’s been on my radar for some time. Need to get this!

    1. Oh good to hear Christoph. I’ve enjoyed every book I’ve read so far from Stevie. I’m sure you will too. 🙂 xx

  6. What an interesting premise to the book and with plenty of twists and snags in the characters’ lives. Great review, Debby, and congrats to Stevie on what seems to be a great read. 🙂

    1. Thanks Diana. I’m glad you got so much from my review. 🙂 x

  7. Sounds like a story with enough twists and tension to keep a reader on the edge of the seat, Debby.

    1. There is Norah. I’m a fan of Stevie’s books. 🙂

  8. This sounds like an excellent story, thanks for sharing this review, Debby.

    1. Welcome Robbie:)

  9. Nice review, Debby Best of luck to Stevie with her new book. Hugs to you both xx

    1. Thanks so much Janice. Welcome back! 🙂 <3

  10. Great review, Debby. The plot sounds like it could be a real life story. Part of a memoir, maybe? I sure am reading some familiar feeling events. No spoilers! 🙂

    1. Oh, ok, you know I’m looking forward to reading yours! 🙂

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