A Rekindled Romance (Love in the Cascades Book 2)
Series: Love in the Cascades #2
Published by Sweet Rose Press
Publication Date January 1, 2014
Genres: Christian Fiction, Clean Romance
Setting: Washington Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 25-34
Written for: Adults
When an estranged couple reunites, can they rediscover what they once shared, or will unforgiveness destroy them?
CPA Susan Hill can’t believe her eyes. Her former fiancé is back in town, and he has a child in tow—his daughter perhaps? Could she be the reason he called off their wedding so suddenly all those years ago and left town without explanation?
Writer Blake Mitchell is finally ready to face his past and pick up the shattered pieces his sudden departure caused. He’s been raising his little sister on his own and wants the only woman he’s ever loved back in his life. Is it too much to hope that Susan will forgive him and give him one more chance?
In A Rekindled Romance, Susan made a snap judgment based on partial information and it tore her apart until she learned the truth. She had to learn some very important lessons about trust and forgiveness, which is only natural considering the pain she carried.
Poor Blake had so many troubles! Starting with falling off a ladder, it all went downhill from there, all while trying to earn back trust and forgiveness from Susan. I really liked him and the way he was so real and imperfect.
The pace of the story was quite good. I often get frustrated with books where one of the characters spends the entire time refusing to forgive another, and though it took quite a while for Susan to do just that, it worked here and made sense.