Today, Tomorrow, Always by Peggy Jaeger

Today, Tomorrow, Always by Peggy Jaeger
A Match Made in Heaven, book 2
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full length (358 pages)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Mistflower

Lawyer Cathleen O’Dowd wants to break free from her boring image. Widowed young, she’s toed the good-girl line but now wants a little fun and laughter in her days…and nights. Living in a small town, though, she can’t do anything that would tarnish her professional reputation.

Mac Frayne’s tragic past has turned him into a sullen loner. In town to write a book on the city’s founder, his plan is to get it done, then head home to his solitary existence.

When circumstances force them to work together, their opposing personalities clash, but the sexual attraction between them is palpable.

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Okay, here’s the deal. I’ve been waiting for this book since I read book one in this series,and loved it to the moon and back. Let me start by saying you can’t compare the two books. They are totally different and each can be read as a standalone.

With that being said, I also want to point out that the synopsis for this book does not do it justice. It’s interesting to me how sometimes I can read a synopsis and after reading the book realize that there wasn’t anything more because it laid out the entire plot with no surprises. Talk about disappointing! But with Today, Tomorrow, Always, its blurb caught my attention but while reading quickly figured out that there was so much more to the story. Holy moly, that synopsis did not prepare me for the emotional roller coaster the story took me on.

When reading a series, I find it hard not to compare between the books. This series isn’t any different. The first book made me laugh and the second one made me cry. We’re talking ugly cry. “I don’t even want to talk about it” kind of cry. I’m all for a heartwarming romance stories but this one crossed into the Disney break-your-heart arena. Some people love that kind of gut wrenching, tear your heart out, happily ever after drama. Traditionally I avoid that deep thought-provoking emotional turmoil. I stopped reading Nora Robert’s books and I’ve never read a Nicholas Sparks book, nor do I intend to. However, Peggy Jaeger’s writing style eloquently and solidly carried me through to reach my well-deserved happily ever after ending.

I anticipate there will be a third book in the series about the remaining single sister, Maureen. Based on what I already know, I’m suspecting who her match is going to be and I’m intrigued how that’s going to play out. It’s especially worth considering because of what was revealed about what he may or may not know since he was the best friend. Without spoiling anything, I’m assuming he didn’t know and can’t wait to find out in the third book if I’m correct.

The heroine in this book was Cathleen O’Dowd. It was fun to read the story from her perspective after reading the first book from her sister, Colleen’s perspective. I love the entire O’Dowd’s family, especially their grandmother, Nanny Fee. Nanny is still a spitfire at her ripe old age of ninety-three. I’d consider Nanny to be the glue in the “A Match Made in Heaven” series. I felt her presence more in the first book and I look forward to hearing from her in book three. However, if she dies in book three then I’ll never read another Peggy Jaeger book again. I read to escape and feel happy not depressed.

The hero, Mac Frayne was not a typical hero which was refreshing. I felt he was more reserved in an Autistic Spectrum kind of way. Something about him was more introverted. It went beyond being hurt, angry and sullen. Yet, I found he was relatable and I felt he was a perfect match for Cathleen. They definitely had chemistry as they worked through their separate issues.

This novel was an entertaining read. I enjoyed the interaction between the cast of characters that live in the small town of Heaven, New Hampshire. There is that small town feeling where everyone knows everyone. It gives the reader a sense of familiarity which makes it easy to feel connected and part of the story.

Summed up, this is a quality written book that took me on a journey and created a blender of emotions with in me. I highly encourage this book to go on everyone “to read” list.


  1. So your review made me cry the same kind of tears you so eloquently describe in your review!!!
    bless you and there is no fear of Nanny Fee dying in any book I write about this family. She’s going to out live us all! But we will be celebrating her 94th birthday in book 3.

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