A Love to Come Home To: A Book Review

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I was a little worried going into this book. After all, some of my friends who loved the other two books didn't like some of the things in this one. I enjoyed it a lot. Don’t get me wrong, parts of it had me banging my head against a wall, wondering why some people (*ahem* Grace) did what they did. That isn’t to say I was confused about their motivations but, just frustrated. Yet, I totally understood why people were doing what they were doing.

Does that sound confusing to you? Well, Ruggieri writes complex stories with complex characters. You have to read her stories to truly understand them. When you have read the story, you feel as if you have met real people. They make mistakes, the sin, yet they also find the grace of God.

This story kept me reading, flipping the digital pages, and I was very happy with the ending. I was really worried until the end. A couple of times, I thought about giving up because I was worried about where the author was going. In the end, she wrapped everything up in a satisfying way, but also in a way that made it clear that the characters had growing and changing to do in the years to come.

The romance? It was sweet, clean, devoid of many elements that have made me give up on so many modern Christian fiction romance books. Are the character perfect? Without temptation? Not at all! They do choose to do what is right.

I highly recommend this book to those who have enjoyed the first two in the series, like realistic characters, and stories deeply rooted in God’s amazing grace.

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