Goodreads: Julia Dare is trying to run her own business, raise her young son, Max, and help her widowed mother. Her biggest worry, though, is keeping Max’s father from being a bad influence while still allowing the boy to spend time with his dad. When an account from her event-planning business sends her to Caliente Springs resort, she’s shocked to encounter Zeke Monroe, her college sweetheart.
Zeke is determined to keep Caliente Springs running despite financial trouble. When Julia walks back into his life, he’s surprised at the feelings she stirs up. As they work together on an important client’s wedding, the fate of the resort soon depends on their success. With Zeke and Julia both pushed to their limits, will their history put up walls between them or bring them together?
Ope’s Opinion: This is definitely a Christian Fiction book. God is the center of this book from beginning to end. It is not preachy, just God centered. It should be in every church library. The characters are all different ages and stages of life and stages in their Christian walk with God.
The description of the resort setting took me away! I felt like I was sitting there ( and I wanted to stay there ). It was a nice back drop for falling in love.
I could have lived without the goat in the story. That part felt a little cheesy to me. It didn’t ruin the book, but it didn’t feel like it added anything either.
Thank you Victoria Bylin for making sure I received a copy of your book.