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by Kate Meader
Released: May 7th 2019
Series: Laws of Attraction #3
Published by Loveswept
“She[Kate Meader] infused their story with heartfelt drama, humor, romance, and hope. I enjoyed every bit of it.”
~ Under the Covers
When tragedy hits the lives of a married couple, it can bring so much grief that marriages are put to a test. I’ve seen it in real life and it’s as true in Grant and Aubrey’s story. Unfortunately, not all marriages can rise from such a heavy burden. In Then Came You, Kate Meader manages to put real life troubles in Grant and Aubrey’s story for us to witness.
The tragedy or the real reason for the divorce is not mentioned in the blurb and so, I won’t mention the details, but the issue at hand is deeper than what its explained. It’s true, Grant and Aubrey will have to face Aubrey’s grandmother and to tell her the truth, but there’s more there than meets the eye. Perhaps a long overdue conversation to discuss loss or grief, past or current feelings, and maybe just a chance to get to know each other again. Issues most married couples need to face but often neglect.
Meader did a great job portraying these issues no matter how petty or deep the issues were. She made it easy to look at these issues from an outside point of view. I Rooted for Grant and Aubrey from the start. I knew they had something heavy weighing on them and I needed to see them overcome them. Meader did a great job leading them to it. She infused their story with heartfelt drama, humor, romance, and hope. I enjoyed every bit of it.
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