Another great romance, another too-good-to-be-true hero. Travis is so patient, so prayerful, so almost perfect as he woos his runaway wife, Rebecca, and waits for her to be ready. He loves her so well, but only because he knows the God who loves her more. He's even willing to lose her again if it means she'll find God. I loved the way he interacted with his twin sons and a solid statement was gently made about the importance of discipline. I enjoyed meeting new characters, but it was also lovely to get an update on the characters we had previously met in Part 1 of the series. Very well written.
Travis & Reba care for each other, but they are rushed into marriage by Reba's dying father. Married for a week, Reba doubts Travis' love for her and believes he only married her for her father's ranch and money. Reba leaves Travis and he is unable to find her. Desperate and alone, Travis wonders if he will ever find her and if the real loving marriage he longs for is even possible. As a happily married woman, I cannot imagine life without my husband or what I would've done if he'd left right after the honeymoon. This novel shows how forgiveness and the love of Christ can help us overcome difficult situations.