Author: Susan M. Braganza
Synopsis: When God strips away all your hopes and dreams can you trust Him to give you something better?
Johnny Marshall’s cancer is back . . . and so is the girl who broke his heart seven years ago. As Johnny struggles to find the will to live and fights his second round with the disease, he finds hope comes in small packages with an energetic little boy named David.
Having bought in to her parents' narrow view of finding a man worthy of her, years ago, Katie abandoned the one man she'd ever loved. In all the years since, no one has ever compared to Johnny. Now as a single mom of a young boy, she wonders if their reunion right on time or is it too late for a future together?
Discover healing, forgiveness and second chances in Root Beer & Roadblocks, book four in the Orchard Hill series.
Review: I really liked the idea of this book. I found myself drawn into their stories and wanted to see what would come next. However, the dialogue was just off. Didn't always flow and felt like there were a lot of inconsistencies within the characters, for instance a child that speaks like an adult suddenly didn't know the meaning of 'easy' words at times. Things happening much faster than would ever be possible in real life.
It was a good faith based contemporary romance, but I think it could be so much more if a few of the storylines were left out and focused on a few important ones.
If looking for a sweet romance pick it up.
Thanks to Netgalley for the opportunity to read this in exchange for honest review.