Saturday, March 11, 2017

Then Came You

Then Came You
Bradford Sisters #.5
Becky Wade
Garner has made some major mistakes in his life. But nothing is so daunting as when he holds his newborn daughter in his arms as his girlfriend drives away. He might be the heir to a shipping company, but he has no clue what to do with a baby. His life isn't going exactly as planned and soon he is in charge of running a failing company, raise a daughter without her mother, and work with an exasperating young woman who thinks she has all of the answers.

This novella is written in the epistolary style, using phone calls, letters, journal entries, and text messages to tell the story of Mr. Bradford. The story is beautiful and heart wrenching. But it ends on a wonderful, redemptive note and really sets the tone for the book that is coming about his daughter. I loved this tiny glimpse into the next series and thought the author did a fantastic job with this writing style. When done well this style seems richer, more personal, and thrilling and Becky Wade definitely delivered. Can't wait to dive into the next book.

I received a copy of this book. All thoughts expressed are my own.

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