Release Date: 7 April 2014
Alice Grantham lost her fiancé and her job, so she's had to come home to Willow Park to live with her parents. To recover some sense of independence and security, she's cobbled together different part-time jobs, including one as assistant to the pastor of her hometown church. Nothing seems to be going right for her. Even Micah, the pastor's brother and the first boy she ever loved, is standoffish with her now.
Micah has always been a prodigal son, but now he's trying to put that lifestyle behind him. Then a five-month-old daughter he never knew existed is dropped on his doorstep, the result of one of his many one-night stands. He needs help from Alice to care for his daughter, but he can't let himself hope for anything more from her than that. He can't help but want it, though…
My opinion 4 STARS
**Copy Provided by Netgalley and Noelle Adams for an honest review**
This book does tend to focus more on God and faith than the previous book, so take of faith and all that is not your cup of tea, then you will be disappointed with this book. It is certainly more prevalent than in the previous book Married by Christmas.
The story is told from Alice's point of view, however it would have been nice to get some of it from Micah's point of view as at times it did feel a little flat.
It is however still a sweet story and has been well written, but i'm not sure if I found the previous book better. I did at times struggle to get Micah and what was going through his head.
Still I believe that it is still a good book to read as it is slightly different from many of the other contemporary romance novels out there.