From the back cover:
After two broken engagements, Mia Robinson is done with dating. From now on, she’s focusing on God and her goal to join an international aid organization as a nurse practitioner. But when her 18-year-old sister, Lucy, calls with an invitation to her Vegas wedding, it throws a wrench into Mia’s plans.
Jake Tanner has recovered from the injuries he sustained as a police officer–on the outside. Inside, he’s yet to heal from losing his partner in the tragedy, but finds some solace in keeping an eye on her young adult son, Sam, who’s asked him to be best man at his wedding.
Mia expects a mess when she arrives to sort out the situation with Lucy, but she wasn’t expecting Jake, who views the marriage a little differently. As Jake’s and Mia’s lives slowly become more intertwined, could his courage and her caring heart be enough to bring them a lifetime of healing?
About the Author
writes contemporary and historical romances acclaimed for their true-to-life characters and stories. Her work has finaled in contests such as the Carol Awards, the RITAs, Inspirational Reader’s Choice Awards, and the Reviewers’ Choice Award. A native of California, she and her husband now make their home in Lexington, Kentucky. Visit her website at http://www.victoriabylin.com
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I have read and enjoyed other books by Victoria Bylin. This one was good as well.
I was entertained and kept engaged, wanting to see how it all ended.
I really liked the cover, even though I know you’re not supposed to judge a book by its cover.
Things I didn’t care for: There was a lot going on in this book. I think she went a little too deep with too many characters. My preference is for an author to stick to the two main characters for the bulk of the story. I feel it’s less confusing and you can see more depth and get to know those characters well. I was also a little frustrated with the decision making process of the heroine. But these are just personal preferences.
I think this book is definitely worth reading. It is a good contemporary Christian romance.
I would give it a four out of five stars.
Bethany House provided me with a copy of this book for an honest review.