Friday, August 18, 2017

TLC Book Tours Sweetbriar Cottage

About Sweetbriar Cottage

  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson (June 13, 2017)
When Noah and Josephine Mitchell discover their divorce was never actually finalized, their lives are turned upside down.
Following his divorce, Noah gave up his dream job, settling at a remote horse ranch in the Blue Ridge Mountains of northern Georgia, putting much-needed distance between himself and the former love of his life. But then Noah gets a letter from the IRS claiming he and Josephine are still married. When he confronts Josephine for the first time in months, they discover that she missed the final step in filing the paperwork and they are, in fact, still married.
Josephine is no happier about the news than Noah. Maybe the failed marriage—and okay, the botched divorce—was her fault, but her heart was shattered right alongside his, more than he would ever believe. The sooner they put this marriage behind them, the better for both of their sakes.
But when Josephine delivers the final paperwork to his ranch, the two become stranded in his cottage during the worst spring snowstorm in a decade. Being trapped with Josephine is a test of Noah’s endurance. He wrestles with resentment and an unmistakable pull to his wife—still beautiful, still brave, and still more intriguing than any woman he’s ever known.

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Review: I always find second chance romances to be some of the very best stories. I've heard wonderful things about Denise Hunter. I swore I read one of her books before, but I couldn't find any record of it in Goodreads, so I guess she was always an author I wanted to try.

The cover of this book is simply stunning and that alone would be enough to draw me to the book.

I like that the story of Josephine and Noah involved real life issues, because people, even good god-fearing Christians have bad things happen to them. They even do things that might not be considered Christian, because no one is perfect.

That's how I saw Josephine. Noah was more the character you felt sorry for.

This was a stunning read.

Rating: 5 flowers


Heather J @ TLC Book Tours said...

It sounds like these characters are real to life in a way that I would really appreciate.

Thanks for being a part of the tour!

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