Holly broke up with Josh eight years ago when he left for college, but that doesn’t mean she ever stopped loving him. Now he’s returned to her small Texas town for a few short weeks and they are thrown together again. They must both look beyond the pain of the past to find out if they have a future together.
I have read many of the stories written in the Year of Weddings series, and a few in the Second Year of Weddings series, and this one is one of my favorites. Holly is charming, and endearing, and is not trying to win her man back by making him jealous, which seems to be a popular plotline in stories like this. She’s determined to receive his forgiveness for hurting him so long ago, and then get on with her life. Josh is not out to hurt Holly back, but is just searching for answers to old questions. He is powerless to keep himself away from her, and finds excuses to be with her.
I loved this story from start to finish, and definitely recommend to lovers of clean, simple, Christian romances. It’s also great when you want a short read that won’t leave you feeling like you missed something along the way to a happy ending!
I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for this review. All opinions are my own, and a favorable review was not required. Look for Love in the Details on or around October 27.