Happy Tuesday, Friends!
I hope you’re having a good start of the week. Next week one of my favorites, Susan L. Tuttle, will be releasing book two in her Along Came Love series. I’ll be sharing my thoughts on Then Again, Maybe so keep reading!
About the Book
Former beauty queen Belle Thornton knows what it is to think she has it all, only to discover she never valued what was truly important. Raising her daughter and building a thriving thrift shop that helps single mothers like herself has taught Belle what the word beautiful really means. Unfortunately, thanks to her shady landlord, Belle must toss those hard-earned dollars into the money-pit of a rental that houses both her tiny apartment and her business or risk the city closing her doors. When funds dwindle as quickly as her to-do list grows, she is forced to rely on the absolute last rescuer she’d choose: Micah Shaw.
Leaving Belle at the altar, pregnant, was the worst choice Micah ever made. He returns home, hoping to reconcile with Belle and their toddler. While balancing his medical residency with caring for his ailing mother, he strives to win Belle’s heart again and ensure her business remains open. Helping with that is the easy part. Chiseling through the rock encompassing Belle’s heart is more of a challenge, but one he’s determined to conquer.
If only he could get her to realize that a new lease on love may be their best collaboration of all.
I’m a huge fan of Susan L. Tuttle’s and couldn’t wait to get my hands on Then Again, Maybe. Especially when I found out that this was a redemption book (I didn’t read the blurb, just wanted to read another Tuttle book).
Redemption books are my favorite because I love to see a character have a heart change and Micah Shaw had so many lies he’d believed in. I liked how they came out, how we saw how we dealt with them.
And Belle, well she had to work through the hurt Micah’s betrayal caused. It was a very realistic picture but not without it’s sweet moments, laugh out loud ones, and parts that make you realize why you read Susan Tuttle.
Another winner in my book.
*I received a complimentary copy from the publisher. My review was not required not influenced.
About the Author
Susan L. Tuttle was born and raised in the Mitten State where she met and married her best friend. A homeschooling mom of three, somewhere along the way she blinked and those three littles aren’t so little anymore. Now she balances their teenage years with directing the women’s ministry at her church and writing. She fully believes that God is the biggest romancer in the world and that He loves each one of us lavishly even in all our imperfections—a belief tried and tested by her own misses at perfection. Never having met a cookie she didn’t like, most days you’ll find her enjoying one for a treat between chauffeuring her kiddos around, attempting housework, contemplating exercise, or coaxing her current characters to talk. Connect with Susan at susanltuttle.com.