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I finished a book last night that I loved. It was one of those that left me teary in a good way. It was a sweet love story with a great message. I loved the characters. I loved the story. And I was happy to find out that I had actually read another related book by the same author, and that I had loved it also. I love it when I am surprised by those connections.
Last year I reviewed Undeniably Yours by Becky Wade. I loved it and gave it five stars in my review. I just read Meant to Be Mine, and the main hero of the story was the brother of the main male character in Undeniably Yours.
Meant to Mine begins with a hurried Vegas marriage. Celia is swept off her feet by Ty, a rodeo bull rider that she's had a crush on since high school. After a night out on the town, Ty proposes a quick and crazy marriage. And, although Celia agree reluctantly, she's thrilled. But when she wakes up the next morning, Ty doesn't have any intention of staying with her and admits his impulsive behavior. When Celia and Ty are unexpectedly brought together five and half years later and have the possibility of restoring their relationship, both have to first restore their relationship with God and then learn about His forgiveness.
I wasn't sure that I was going to like this one. I didn't like the Vegas marriage beginning, and- to be honest- I didn't want to forgive Ty either! But I was inspired to think about forgiveness and how and who God wants me to forgive. And I ended up loving the sweet but passionate romance and the inspiring story of their relationship.
You can find out more about Becky Wade and her books here on her website. (And I see there are other books I need to read!)
I give this one 5 stars and a PG for content.
Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book for review purposes. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.
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