The Depth of Love by Margot Early
Contemporary Romance
Harlequin Everlasting Love #3
ISBN: 978-0-373-6405-5
Reviewer: Melissa



Eve Swango and Tommy Baca have loved each since they were teens, but they never seem to be able to make a relationship between them work.  No matter how many times Tommy asks, Eve won’t marry him.  To Eve, Tommy’s obsession with the cave her family owns seems to outweigh everything else in his life.  As they go through the years, they seem to spend more time apart than together.  Now they are together again, can they learn from the mistakes they have made in the past and find a way to stay together?

Let me begin by saying I have truly been enjoying Harlequin’s newest series imprint, Harlequin Everlasting.  I do understand that the series is based on life after you’ve met “the one”, however, The Depth of Love was a story that I just could not become involved with.  As a hero, Tommy was absolutely…well…terrible.  If I had been Eve I just don’t think I could have allowed myself to marry a man who had slept with my mother and married and had a child with my sister.  What truly bothered me is that Eve didn’t seem to care about it.  It never felt like an issue.  I truly could not wrap my mind around it.  Add this to Tommy’s total insensitivity in inviting his second ex-wife to stay at their house while Eve was out of town and wow, The Depth of Love sunk to some place where I just couldn’t follow.


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