by Melanie D. Snitker
Series: Brides of Clearwater #2
Published by Dallionz Media
Publication Date March 19, 2018
Genres: Clean Romance
Setting: Texas Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 25-34
Written for: Adults
Raven Weber hates football. As if her fiancé breaking off their engagement to follow his NFL dream wasn't bad enough, her football-obsessed family only made things worse. Twelve years later, she pours everything into her job as a physical therapist assistant. Helping others never prepared Raven for the day her ex would hobble back into her life. How can she remain professional when spending time with him only reminds her of what they've lost?
The day Heath Shaw walked away from his relationship with Raven, he'd been convinced he was doing it for her. Fulfilling his father's dream gave him the distraction he needed to get over her. Now he's back in his hometown with weeks of physical therapy ahead of him before he can escape the past. Running into Raven was going to happen eventually, but he didn't expect her to play a vital role in his recovery. If she's got him second guessing why he left in the first place, what effect will she have on his heart?
Her meddling family thinks this is a second chance, while Heath's father only wants to squelch what he sees as a distraction. Raven and Heath know they should walk away, but what if they're better together than they ever were apart?
I would like to thank Melanie D. Snitker for giving me this copy of the book. This gift did not influence my opinion or review.Also in this series: Marrying Mandy
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Full of deep emotion, Marrying Raven is a book that touched my heart. I made a quick connection with the characters and felt I was experiencing their joys and pains along with them.
Both Raven and Heath dealt with a strong sense that they were unable to live up to their parents’ expectations. I am so thankful that my parents never caused me to feel that way!
Their reunion and reconciliation is a story of forgiveness and second chances. It is very moving and tender.