Save The Date
by Jenny B. Jones
When Alex and Lucy pick out wedding invitations, they wonder if they can be printed in vanishing ink.
Former NFL star Alex Sinclair is a man who has it all–except the votes he needs to win his bid for Congress. Despite their mutual dislike, Alex makes Lucy a proposition: pose as his fiance in return for the money she desperately needs. Bound to a man who isn’t quite what he seems, Lucy will find her heart on the line–and maybe even her life. When God asks Alex and Lucy to scrap their playbook and follow his rules, will they finally say, “I do”?
Save the Date by Jenny B. Jones
Review by Me
4.5 Squees/ 5 Squees
Oh man, I don’t even know what to start on this book. I absolutely loved everything about this book. I cried, I laughed and I of coursed Squeed many many times. I completely and utterly loved both the main characters, Lucy and Alex. They had amazing chemistry and they were the perfect pair for this story. I really could tell that Jenny B. Jones loved them as she wrote about them. You could feel the time and the dedication she put in to developing her characters.
The storyline was also great. Both Lucy and Alex have dark pasts that they’re working through and you see their struggles throughout the book. I love the work Lucy does with the girls program and the dedication she has for her work is phenomenal. Being a Thomas Nelson novel, this book also had a great message that really pulled on my heart strings. It’s not often that I read a book with religious themes and love it. The message wasn’t suffocating and I never felt like I was reading a “religious” book. All in all, I thought this was a great story of suffering, family and love. You’ll squee just like I did during Lucy and Alex’s more personal moments.
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