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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Ground Rules: A Friessen Family Short Story is the 20th book in The Friessen Legacy series by Lorhainne Eckhart. Jeremy and Tiffy are just a few days away from their wedding day and becoming a family. To say that tension is running high in the Friessen house would be an understatement. Living in the house of Jeremy’s parents is not easy, but they love every moment of it. They are with the people they love and their son is surrounded by a family that values their bond over everything else. Things are going smoothly until they aren’t and soon Jeremy and Tiffy are butting heads once again. Raising a son is not easy, but when their son poses challenge after challenge for them, they both have no idea how to tackle the situation. Tiffy and Jeremy are not on the same page when it comes to handling their son and it seems like their arguments are getting out of hand. With them fighting so hard, their family is left to wonder will there even be a wedding?
Oh boy, this was pure entertainment. Even though I haven’t read the previous novels in the series, I fell in love with these characters. This was a short, sweet and very enjoyable story. Tiffy and Jeremy are such an interesting couple; they are funny, hard-headed and exceptionally lovable. I enjoyed how they believed in their relationship enough to take a stand for themselves and what they believed in. Such is the strength of their love and how much they believed in it, regardless of their doubts. Reading this book has given me a taste and I cannot wait to read the previous novels in the series. I loved it!