Monday, May 27, 2019
On My Kindle - The Wedding Chapel by Rachel Hauck
Taylor Branson and Jack Forester eloped after a whirlwind courtship. Neither reckoned with how their past hurts would affect their marriage. Would they find their way back to each other or was this union doomed?
The story switches back and forth between the late 1940's-early 1950's to modern times. Jimmy and Colette declared their love for each other and planned to get married. When Uncle Sam called Jimmy and sent him to Korea, their relationship fell apart. Could love survive decades of secrets and misunderstandings or was it too late to recapture what they once enjoyed?
I've been fascinated with Rachel's character-driven stories, and this one was no exception. She digs deep into their feelings and motivations. Themes of repentance and forgiveness are woven throughout like a silk thread.
Five stars for this romantic offering that reaches into the heart and pulls you in.
Disclaimer: Neither the author nor the publisher paid me for a favorable review. All opinions expressed are mine and mine alone.
Writers: What type of stories do you craft? Plot driven and/or character driven?
Readers: Do you enjoy books that go beyond surface relationships? Please share.
Posted by Susan J. Reinhardt at 12:30 AM
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