Contemporary Inspirational Romance Book Review: Then Came You

Publisher's Description

"A leather-bound journal. A single father. A woman in pursuit of freedom.

Garner Bradford, heir to the troubled Bradford Shipping empire, doesn't know much about babies. But he's going to have to learn fast because he's just become a single father to his newborn daughter. As he confesses through his journal entries, he's not entirely sure how to keep a newborn alive, whether or not he'll ever patch together his shattered heart, or how to forgive himself for his mistakes.

Career girl Kathleen Burke is wholly uninterested in settling down. She has big dreams, and none of them include Garner and his small hometown in Washington State. Yet she can't seem to get her handsome boss out of her head or her heart. There's something extraordinarily tempting about his beautifully sad green eyes. . . .

Told through journal entries, phone conversations, and letters, Then Came You is a unique, heart-stirring romance novella by acclaimed author Becky Wade."

My Book Review

Then Came You, a clean, inspirational romance by Becky Wade, is a delightful prequel novella that not only introduces the Bradford sisters, but also offers important background information regarding their family’s history. The story is truly engaging and the characters are nicely developed for a short novel. Adding to the charm of this novella is that it is written in the first person point of view through journal entries, email threads, letters, and phone messages. I enjoyed reading this book so much that when I came to the last page, I found that I definitely wanted to read more about the Bradford family, and so I am eagerly looking forward to the upcoming release of the first book in the Bradford Sisters Romance series. I would certainly recommend this novella to any reader who is looking to begin a fabulous, new book series.


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