Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Book Review: Coming Home to Maverick by Sophia Summers

About the Book:

Bailey is back. Maverick thought he was over her. But neither can deny the feelings that will always be there.

Bailey has made mistakes, so many she doesn't think she'll really ever forgive herself. But her daughter deserves the kind of life Bailey had growing up. When she shows up on her parents' doorstep back to her hometown, the one person she isn't ready to see is Maverick. But will she ever be able to face him?

The minute Maverick hears Bailey is back, he knows his heart still belongs to her. But what kind of man trusts a woman who left him at the altar? As he grapples with a new daughter that he can't help but wish was his, all the responsibilities of running his family's ranch, and the hurt he feels about Bailey's betrayal, he finds new love and hope not only with her but with God. 

As soon as God is a part of the equation, the sweetness they find is better than they ever had. Just maybe this second chance around is God's gift of happiness to them both.

My Thoughts:

Coming Home to Maverick by Sophia Summers felt youthful and fun. This second-chance love story had me smiling frequently. I especially loved the romantic zing between Maverick and Bailey, but the Dawson brothers’ camaraderie and Bailey’s adorable daughter, Gracie, made the story all the more enchanting.
In Coming Home to Maverick, spiritual themes interweave with Bailey and Maverick’s life experiences, particularly in the areas of careers and dreams. I liked how the author explored different aspects and results of pursuing one’s dream. Although character growth was somewhat limited, Bailey and Maverick do work through their personal issues as they explore their complicated relationship.   Coming Home to Maverick by Sophia Summers thoroughly entertained and delighted me. Although this inspirational romance novel had an occasional typo, it didn’t detour my interest in the story. It’s a keeper for my bookshelf and I’m looking forward to the next book in the series!
Disclosure of Material Connection: I was provided a copy of this book by the author or publisher. All opinions in this review are my own.

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