Sunday, December 2, 2018

Who I Am With You Review



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 About the Book

For these two broken hearts, the first step toward love will be a huge leap of faith.

Jessica Mason isn’t looking for love when she meets Ridley Chesterfield. Instead she is still reeling from the tragic, unexpected loss of her husband and daughter—and awaiting the arrival of her unborn child. Harboring the secret of her husband’s betrayal, her pain is deeper than anyone knows.

Ridley Chesterfield is hiding out in Hope Springs, Idaho, avoiding a political scandal and the barrage of false media headlines that have tarnished his good name. The last thing Ridley wants is a relationship—but when fate leads Ridley to form a friendship with his reclusive and pregnant neighbor, he wonders if this small-town hideout might be more of a long-term destination.

When Jessica begins to read her great-grandfather’s Bible, she finds a connection with a man she never knew. Somehow the verses he marked and the words he wrote in the margins open her heart to healing. And as Ridley and Jessica help each other forgive the people who have wronged them, they must decide if the past will define them or if they will choose to love again.

Who I Am With You weaves together a modern-day romance with Jessica’s great-grandfather’s story from the 1930s, reminding us that some truths can cross generations and that faith has the power to transform families forever. (Goodreads)


My Thoughts

This book started off a bit different than I was expecting. The first few chapters were a little slow but as the story moved on I really enjoyed it. There is a dual timeline that I loved, especially the past vs present. Both stories have great meaning but the one set in the 1930s had more to it in my opinion. Hatcher is good at taking difficult things and making them into a story. Since this is the start of a new series I am curious to see where she takes the next book. I enjoyed this book and would give it four stars. 
"I received this book from BookLook for free. All opinions are my own and I was not required to write a positive review."













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