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Undeniably Yours Paperback – May 1, 2013
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When fate hands Meg Cole her father’s wealth, estate, and career, she’s overwhelmed and uncertain how to proceed. A lack of enthusiasm for her inherited life leaves Meg panicked by her new responsibilities. She is trapped but determined to succeed despite her misgivings. Bo Porter has chosen exactly the life he wants for himself, and he knows his place in the world. He thought nothing could set him off course. But when Meg becomes owner of the horse farm Bo runs, neither of them can predict the impact of the other. Wade (My Stubborn Heart, 2012) does a wonderful job of creating relatable characters as she explores the forces that shape a life. From Meg’s privileged upbringing and dark past to Bo’s time as a marine and his passion for horses, the two must confront perceived expectations versus what their hearts desire. Ultimately, though, they know that trusting in God is the only way to live contentedly. --Carolyn Richard
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2014 Carol Award Winner for Romance
2014 Inspirational Reader's Choice Award Winner for Long Contemporary
When Meg Cole's father dies unexpectedly, she's forced to return home to Texas and to Whispering Creek Ranch to take up the reins of his empire. The last thing she has the patience or the sanity to deal with? Her father's Thoroughbred racehorse farm. She gives its manager, Bo Porter, six months to close the place down.
Bo knows he ought to resent the woman who's determined to take from him the only job he ever wanted. But instead of anger, Meg evokes within him a profound desire to protect. The more time he spends with her, the more he longs to overcome every obstacle that separates them and earn her love.
Just when Meg realizes she can no longer deny the depth of her feelings for Bo, their fragile bond is broken by a force from Meg's past. Can their relationship--and their belief that God can work through every circumstance--survive?
"Definitely one for the keeper shelf!"--USA Today HEA Blog
"Wade does a wonderful job of creating relatable characters as she explores the forces that shape a life." "Wade does a wonderful job of creating relatable characters as she explores the forces that shape a life."--Booklist
"Wade's series starter is an enthralling story of overcoming challenges and trusting God... [Meg and Cole] are a couple you'll be rooting for to have a Texas fairy-tale ending."--RT Book Reviews
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I'm actually impressed that although this book have been published a few years ago, it attained it's high rating and I can't blame it. this book has been so good!
i've been reading a lot of billionaire books (i know, they're not exactly the same secondary genre), so picking this up is such a breath of fresh air. finally, the girl is the rich one and the guy is the not-so deserving one! i know it's not a new plot, but it's rare.
i can go on and on about the feminism thing about likes that, but i might embarrass myself. but truthfully, starting this book, i actually saw Meg (the heroine), as weak at first. and my feminist self was roaring! but I was wrong! totally wrong. She actually tried and be the lady boss, but she knew in her heart that it wasn't for her. if you read this, you'll definitely realize that she really stood her own feet and fought (literally and figuratively) for herself. and that i love to applaud!
another thing to applaud about is the characters' relationship with God. I am Catholic, and it's different from being Christian but they have a lot of similarities. I just really loved the fact the the way the author described their relationships with God and how so true that He uses people as instruments for other peoples lives. I am just so grateful that the author can also be an instrument to the readers.
This is such a great book. the reason i gave it four stars only is because I have a feeling that this will not be memorable. and i have to admit, it does not convince me to read the other books in the series.
Amazing book, i applaud the author and the story in itself. This definitely did not disappoint!
First in the Porter Family series, Undeniably Yours sets the tone for this series with a heartwarming love story and picture of God's handiwork being fulfilled in unexpected circumstances. Bo's love for Meg, vulnerability at viewing himself as not good enough for her, and his unwavering devotion was touching. There were many surprises to the story- Meg's decision for her family's company, Bo's perceived deception, and Stephen's re-entry into Meg's life- to name a few. More than your typical romance story, you'll love it!
This review contains my own thoughts and opinions. I have not been compensated in any way by the publisher or author for this review.
However, Bo seemed more fantasy than real. I would have enjoyed it if he felt God was telling him to put helping Meg over his love for his horse farm, then seen him grow into his love for her. Instead, he's madly in love from nearly the moment he met her, and he's willing to sacrifice everything for her. If a RL situation, I'd wonder if such "love" would last once he got to know her better or once she grew more confident and needed his support less.
Anyway, Meg and Bo spend time together babysitting, at the horse farm, and even a few more typical type dates. They enjoy spending time together and seem a good match. The suspense at the end involving the ex-husband was exciting. There was no sex or bad language.
Meg isn't too impressed w the plans of keeping race track horses around when she has a fear of the animals. But Bo simply wants the chance to earn back what was initially paid for the farm & show Meg that they'll earn profit eventually. Reluctantly, she agrees & lets Bo continue managing the farm. But Bo has plans of his own. And the more time Meg spends out on the farm & getting to know Bo, the other workers and the horses, she stays true to her prayers to find what God wants her to do. When her past comes rearing its head in the form of a single mother w her baby on her doorstep, Meg hopes to help the girl improve her life and in turn offers a lifeline for herself