- File Size: 4099 KB
- Print Length: 384 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Tule Publishing (March 20, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 20, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MYC53DF
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,166 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Sabine O’Connor has been in town a couple of years. A therapist, she has not just helped many members of the Laroux family, but also many of the women of Ministry, most of whom have gone out with Ben and talk about how wonderful he is, even though he broke their hearts.
Ben finds Sabine intriguing, but can’t understand he obvious dislike for him. When he finally backs her into going out with him, she starts to see that Ben is a nice guy who is clueless as to how he affects women. When a secret comes out and makes him re-evaluate his aproach to women and the way he sees himself. He also turns to Sabine to help him out. Sabine finds herself falling for the man Ben is and who he is trying to be, but the secrets in her past threaten to end their relationship before it gets started.
I love the town of Ministry, Ben and Sabine. This is the third book in the series, and I feel like they just keep getting better. The characters are strong, both the main and the secondary, and the story is real, emotional and kept me hooked, beginning to end. I love revisiting the other members of the Laroux family, and, meeting Sabine’s mother and sister. Then there is Henry, Ben’s stepfather….What did he do before he retired?? This was so much fun to read. It is part of a series, but it can be read as a stand alone. If you haven’t read the first two, I highly recommend them. Ministry, Alabama and the Laroux family are highly entertaining.
**I received an advanced reader’s copy from the publisher and voluntarily provided this review.
When I started this book, I had a really hard time getting into it, but in the end I really enjoyed it, due to the main characters back stories, especially the heroine's. Her past is painful, because of the loss she suffered, and what both her father and her husband (soon-to-be ex hopefully) put her through. How can she possibly break free from her past with a husband like hers? How far would he be willing to go to make sure she doesn't divorce him? Moreover, the heroine's low opinion of the hero annoyed me a little at the beginning too. He didn't deserve it when all she'd had was secondhand information on his dating life.
The dialogue was intriguing because of the hero and heroine's pasts. It's no wonder Ben doesn't do relationships after what his ex and best friend did to him. They destroyed his reason to trust in getting involved with a woman. Luckily though, Sabine has her own reasons for not trusting after what her soon-to-be ex-husband was doing and what her father's criminal activities did to make her and her mother do something so desperate that the press wouldn't be able to find them. Moreover, I liked how Ben turned to Sabine for help when he needed it. Certainly, he needed to find it in himself to forgive those that wronged him.
Sabine is a wonderful heroine. She's strong, brave and I liked how determined she was to move on from her past and finally go after what she wanted most, which was a divorce. I also liked the fact that she placed her trust in Jack by telling him everything about her past, so he could help her. Because really, she did need his help in the end because her soon-to-be ex-husband would do anything to keep her by his side, even if it meant doing something that could have him arrested. While Jack, he goes through quite a bit in this book with what he learns about the women he's dated. Is he really so emotionally unavailable? Moreover, I liked how determined he was to help Sabine when he learnt the truth about her past, because she needs someone on her side; someone besides her family.
Overall, Ms. Sands has penned a good read in this book where the chemistry between these two was intense and had me cheering for this couple's happy ever after, because if anyone deserved it, it was these two after everything they've been through in their pasts. The way this story ended had me concerned for the heroine with what she goes through with her soon-to-be ex-husband, but I enjoyed how everything turned out. Jack is a good guy, and it's palpable that he will always be there for Sabine. However, it was the epilogue that wrapped this story up perfectly, as I discovered how things were going between Sabine, her mother, her sister and her father. Have the three women been able to forgive him for all that he put them through? I would recommend Forever, Alabama by Susan Sands, if you enjoy the enemy to lovers trope or books by authors Katherine Garbera, Nicole Helm or Kat Latham.
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