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5 of 5 stars Love Enough For All November 5, 2002
Take a single mother due to divorce, and a single father due to the loss of his wife, both with children, trying to lead normal lives and get back into the "dating scene" with many "sruggles" along the way. Love Enough For All captured my attention from the very first page. This is one of those books once you start, you do NOT want to put down. You will find yourself easily wrapped up in Bryn and Chase's lives. This is an EXCELLENT read. I'd have to list this as one of my favorite books!! I'm hoping this author has more books to come. I'm waiting "anxiously"! 
Reviewer: kewlkate (Amazon.com) from Kansas
 
"Lori Zecca understands the feelings of women caught up in the often conflicting worlds of work and family . . .."
Scribes World Book Reviewers, January 2002.

"From parent-child relationships, to adult-intimacy issues this book depicts critical states of transition with a respect for family values."

 Conny Bryceland, author.

"Living with these characters as if they were friends, I found myself thinking about them through life's daily tasks."  

Nicolle Devlin

"If you enjoy stories about budding relationships, this is the book for you."  

My Shelf Book Reviewers, January 2002.

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Click on the cover to read my 4 1/2 star review from My Shelf Book Reviewers!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

LOVE ENOUGH FOR ALL by Lori Zecca

ISBN: 1588519562

As two single parents with lots of issues, and lots of kids between them, Bryn and Chase struggle to balance friendship, mutual dependence, and . . . mounting desire, though having LOVE ENOUGH FOR ALL remains to be seen.

 n Reader

 

 

Ms. Success meets Mr. Maybe?

"With millions of women successfully supporting their children, confident in their abilities to function independently, and secure enough in their capabilities to embrace new love — the focus of LOVE ENOUGH FOR ALL is not the travesties and implications of divorce or untimely death, but the enhancement of lives through the blending of families — without sacrificing one’s children or career."

n      NYC reader

 

Love is Enough!

"Taking an innovative approach to the antiquated complexity of divorce, Lori Zecca presents a poignant story of love in its truest form — from parent-child relationships, to adult-intimacy issues — LOVE ENOUGH FOR ALL depicts critical states of transition with a warmth and respect for family values."

n      St. Louis reader

 

She said, He said

"It’s okay to fall in love again, to combine the fragments of two very different families in order to find wholeness.  With as much as fifty percent of marriages ending in divorce, the market for an uplifting story told from both a female and a male point of view would appeal to people of all ages.”

    n Reader

 

 

"Lori Zecca, author of LOVE ENOUGH FOR ALL. Classified as a romance novel, though offers more than just the implications of divorce, but the enhancement of lives through the blending of families."

     n Reader

 

"With millions of women successfully supporting their children, confident in their abilities to function independently, and secure enough in their capabilities to embrace new love — the focus of LOVE ENOUGH FOR ALL is not the travesties and implications of divorce or untimely death, but the enhancement of lives through the blending of families — without sacrificing one’s children or career. It’s okay to fall in love again, to combine the fragments of two very different families in order to find wholeness.  With as much as fifty percent of marriages ending in divorce, the market for an uplifting story told from both a female and a male point of view would appeal to people of all ages."
     nReader

2001/2002/2003/2004 by Lori Zecca