Trey came home to donate part of his liver to his dying father, not to develop feelings for his neighbor, beautiful Lucy, and her kids. But the more time he spends with her, the more time he wants to spend with her. Until he finds out she used drugs as a teen. Twice burned, by first his bio parents and then his dead wife, Trey wants nothing to do with Lucy if she's an addict. Will he be able to trust God and believe that Lucy has moved past her mistakes, or will this break the deal?
I'm going with 4 stars.
1: I liked the book, no, I loved it! But I still think I like the one before it better. (This is book three in the Double S Ranch series.) I was really glad that Elsa was in this one. She's still my favorite character from this series.
2: Talk about strong characters, I don't care if this is the first one you read or if you've read them all, in order. You can't help but get attached to them, all of them from Hobbs to Sam to Isabo. Everyone.
3: Is there anything that can melt your heart faster than Belle's lisp? How precious!!! And Sam at the hospital had me tearing up. So did the last chapter. And the epilogue.
4: I loved the musical side to the book. And I loved the growing trust and faith in God. There were so many Bible verses quoted in this book. It was a great read.
5: Best. Ending. But now I need another a book in this series, cause I want to see Sam and Isabo get married. They make the cutest couple.