The biggest disaster of her life or the beginning of something wonderful?
A single dad, opposites-attract faith-filled romance to warm your heart!
Growing up, Kristina Vela never imagined she’d meet her fortieth birthday divorced by her cheating, manipulative husband, and without a house, degree, or career. Back in her hometown, Chapel Cove, to start anew, she’s given up on men. Then she meets grieving widower Greg Matthews and his adorable five-year-old daughter and helps them renovate a house. Just when Kristina feels she can love again, her ex gives her an ultimatum. Can she choose between her own happiness and Greg’s?
Former snowboarder Greg Matthews is moving to Chapel Cove so his daughter can be close to her grandparents. After his wife died, his heart closed to romance. As caring and compassionate Kristina helps him repair his house and his life, he might be falling for her. But if she decides to leave, will he survive a second heartbreak?
Welcome to Chapel Cove, Oregon, where life begins at forty.
As their fortieth birthdays loom, three childhood friends return unexpectedly to their home town. Stunning coastline, a harbor against life’s storms, and a welcoming community await them. Hurt by challenges, disappointments, and failures; reminded of their unfulfilled hopes and dreams, they’re offered a fresh start. And, if they’re brave enough to accept it, a second chance at love. Will they allow God to safely anchor them in their hearts’ home, or will doubt and uncertainty drive them to repeat their old mistakes
Discover this small town filled with love, hope, and faith, in Chapel Cove Romances, a series of sweet and clean standalone Christian stories from three bestselling authors.
I enjoyed reading Love Me, book 2 in A Chapel Cove Romance multi-author series by Alexa Verde. Kristina has spent years in a miserable marriage to a divorce lawyer who didn’t love or respect her. Once their twins are settled in college, he divorces her. Kristina is devastated that one of her twin girls blames her for the marriage breakdown and cuts her off. She returns to Chapel Cove feeling lost and missing her girls. She decides to help her twin brother, Roman, with his house renovation business.
Greg is grieving the loss of his beloved wife. He has moved to Chapel Cove at the request of his five-year-old daughter, Chelsea’s, maternal grandparents. He buys a house in Chapel Cove and contracts Roman to do the renovations.
An adorable meet-cute between Kristina, Greg and Chelsea involving chocolate cake sets up this sweet and heartwarming romance story. Chelsea chose Kristina to be her mommy, and I enjoyed journeying with Greg and Kristina as they drew on their faith to overcome obstacles on their bumpy road to happily-ever-after. Highly recommended.