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I didn't like Dalton through most of the book and couldn't figure out why Alyssa stayed with him. In the end he ended up being the only one with enough backbone to actually make a wise choice despite his previous despicable selfish actions.
Lack of communication certainly caused a lot of heart ache. I suppose that was part of the point of the book but I found myself wishing that Brendan would have just been honest with Alyssa from the start of his campaign to win her back so that things could have gone in a different direction instead of the characters having to deal with so much unhappiness.
Rating: 3.5 Stars - Good Book
Content: clean but there is mention of sex and cheating
I found the faith element lacking in the story. There's talk of going to church and Alyssa prays for a sign, but there's no depth. At one point Alyssa prays for some people she found out had died during a storm, so I wondered if she was Catholic, though it's unclear. There's no mention of going to mass or anything else Catholic related. I did like her friend Sherry a lot and the wisdom she shared about marriage and forgiveness. One thing I really couldn't understand is how her brother didn't share some very important information with her about his best friend, the guy she started seeing after Brendan. I don't care if this guy gave her brother a kidney, which he didn't, he should have told his sister this very important information because it affects the rest of her life and she should be more important to him than his buddy. I also couldn't believe Brendan didn't tell her or have someone else tell her when he found out. That was probably the hardest thing for me to get over. I also didn't like when the decision of who she'll marry isn't really made by her, but by a guy. Overall, the story was okay and if you like romance, you might like it.
I received a kindle copy free from Booklook Bloggers in exchange for an honest review.
Book Summary: Can she forgive the man who left her at the altar? Alyssa Pennington dated Brendan Myers for three years before she accepted his proposal. For almost a year, Alyssa's friends and family helped her plan a lovely wedding to take place in the church she'd grown up in. It was the happiest day of her life when she walked down the aisle to be united with the man of her dreams. But when Brendan left her at the altar, Alyssa was consumed by humiliation, embarrassment, and a broken heart that wouldn't allow her to trust anyone. Especially Brendan. Brendan Myers knows he will spend the rest of his life regretting what he did to Alyssa, the only woman he's ever loved. Without her, his life is empty. In one fateful moment, he'd panicked, destroyed their future, and ruined everything. Now he plans to win her back. But winning back his bride might prove much more difficult than he can imagine. And even if he does get her to the altar again, will she think turnabout is fair play?
Review: This is my favorite of the series so far. I really liked this book. I loved Alyssa, she was strong and yet wounded by Brendan. I thought it was well written and the story line was modern and realistic. Ethan was a great guy and yet his views of relationship were far different than mine. I loved Alex, Alyssa’s brother. He was protective without Alyssa knowing about it. Mr. & Mrs. Pennington were great. They wanted the best for their daughter sometimes without knowing what that should be. Alyssa’s best friend and her husband brought a believability to the story that was well written and made this novella packed with substances. It was a great sketch of life about the human condition as broken people in need of a savior.
I would like to thank Net Galley and Zondervan for allowing me to read and review this book in return for a free copy and I was never asked to write a favorable review by anyone.