Love Overcomes by Angela Schroeder
Genre: Christian Contemporary Romance
Source: Received for an honest review from the publisher.
Single mother Arabella Mackenzie never imagined that going to California with her sister Clara would have such a huge impact on her life. Since the end of a disastrous relationship, Arabella has been wary of wanting or needing anyone other than her family. But when she meets hunky actor, Jeremy Fowlis, she begins to have feelings for a man for the first time since her three year old son was born. Now, she needs to try to overcome her past and learn to trust again.
Jeremy is not used to women who don’t want to date him, or at least show him off to their friends – he is an in-demand actor, after all. He is tired of the shallow, avaricious attention that he gets from the public, but when he meets intelligent, cautious Arabella, she doesn’t even know his name. Arabella’s grounded beauty captivates him instantly, but, he is wary of getting involved with a single mother with a complicated past.
Can Arabella and Jeremy both overcome their doubts and fears in order to find love?
November 4, 2014
Anaiah Press: http://www.anaiahpress.com/LoveOvercomes.html
Book Trailer: http://youtu.be/XU7x-TJ5ij4
LOVE OVERCOMES by Angela Schroeder is an interesting Christian Contemporary Romance set in California. While, a little slow at times, it picks up quickly. I enjoyed watching the relationship between the character grow into something more.
“Love Overcomes” is the story of a single Mom of a three-year old son, Arabella Mackenzie and hunky actor, Jeremy Fowlis. While, Arabella is filled with doubts and fears, she soon learns to overcomes her doubts. Meanwhile, Jeremy, isn’t used to being denied a woman’s affection. Together, the two must overcome much to find their way to true love, but with faith, healing and trust, they just may make a HEA after all. Emotional, but well blended with emotion and romance. Well worth your time to read. An enjoyable read!
*Received for an honest review from the publisher*
Heat rating: Sweet
Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More