This was a very quick read for me. I just got it the other day, and the title alone made me quite interested in reading it. Let me tell you, I couldn’t put it down. My Kindle got used quite a bit in the last week.
It’s about a couple who the man came out of a bad divorce where his ex-wife cheated on him with his business partner and she lost her husband due to a car accident. She has two kids and her son doesn’t want her to move on.
There are other characters who play a major role all throughout this book as well. It’s very neat how you get to know this unique family and how they came to be a family.
God works in mysterious ways. He knows who he wants together, and he makes certain that they are definitely together.
Today was a gentle reminder of that fact for me. Jimmy and his Dad had to have a complete heart to heart talk about his adoption. It wasn’t an easy discussion to have, but it needed to be done. Jimmy now seems to fully realize just how much I love him. I loved him far before I met him.
Sometimes one doesn’t value the family that they have. There is never a guarantee to how long your going to have to get things right with them. It never helps anyone when loved ones don’t work out their issues. Unfortunately, though it takes two willing to work at it in order for a relationship to honestly be healed.
Sometimes to love someone completely, you have to learn the value of forgiveness and accepting that the other person will NEVER be whom you want them to be all the time. Sometimes you have to learn to agree to disagree. It’s a part of reality. If your not willing to do that then you’ll never be able to have a close unconditional relationship.
This book is remarkable. It’s good fictional romance.
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