Meant to be Mine by Becky Wade

The more I delve into Christian Fiction, the more I fall in love.  I appreciate the clean romance, the tension between the characters, and the lessons I learn.  Becky Wade quickly became a new favorite with My Stubborn Heart and Undeniably Yours.

What I love about Becky Wade’s work is that her characters are real with tangible struggles.  I find myself in their reflection.  I learn and grow from their mistakes and overcome some of my struggles within the words of her stories.  Becky has concocted the perfect combination of faith and hope within her fun stories.

And let’s be honest… I love the romance.  The romance in Wade’s books are clean and exciting and wonderful.  She pushes beyond the tight-lipped-grandma-kisses, keeps it real, and respectfully describes the excitement of the scenes.

I am excited to tell you about Wade’s newest book, Meant to Be Mine.  But before I do that, check out the adorable photo shoot for the cute cover.

MeanttoBeMine_compCeila Park has always had a thing for Ty Porter.  When the two of them meet up in Vegas, their relationship climaxes to a cheap wedding chapel and midnight vows.  After an exciting wedding night, Celia wakes to find Ty upset.  Her happily-ever-after comes crushing down when Ty admits that he is in love with someone else.

Five and a half years later, Celia wants to stay as far away from Ty Porter as possible.  Their one-night-wedding-stand changed her life forever – and not in the way she had once dreamed.  Instead of following her own personal goals, Celia had to “give them up” to raise the honey-moon-baby from the man that didn’t love her in return.

When Ty mysteriously shows up, will the two of them be able to forge a relationship for the sake of their daughter?  Is forgiveness possible? And is it too late for Celia to get her happily-ever-after?

 

— Book was provided by Bethany House in exchange for my honest review.

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One thought on “Meant to be Mine by Becky Wade

  1. Sasha says:

    I am always looking for good Christian fictions but they can be hard to come by sometimes. Thanks for the review, I’m going to go check it out now! 🙂

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