Friday, December 9, 2016
Tori Eaton is ready to start over...
She's beginning a new chapter in Aubrey, Texas, away from her abusive ex-boyfriend. As she picks up the pieces of her broken life, Tori's surprised at the helping hand the church's new son director, Brant McConnell, offers her, and at the warm emotions he inspires.
While we were yet sinners, Christ died for us." Romans 5:8
Brant is drawn to Tori. And as their friendship grows, so do his feelings for her. But Tori is still hounded by her past, and the walls she's built around her heart are high. Can he convince the wounded beauty that he's exactly the kind of man she needs -- and deserves?
Starting over is never as cut and dry as we expect it to be but Tori's determined to cling to the hope of a fresh start even though her past seems to be shackled to her. A contemporary love story that celebrates the transformation that comes from living a Christ-centered life. That doesn't mean there aren't troubles aplenty and Tori struggles through so much 'stuff' that my tummy churned in sympathy throughout the whole read. Vannatter definitely engaged my emotions as I walked in Tori's shoes for a time. And I'll admit to swooning more than a bit over steadfast Brant's stalwart friendship that blossoms into a special kind of love. Blissful sigh. Reader satisfaction guaranteed.
My thanks to the author for gifting me with a copy of this book.
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