When I initially started this book, I really didn’t have very high expectations. When books have me transported back and forth between present and past, it throws my interest off a bit. However, as the chapters moved along, the present and past slowly meshed together.
Noah and Josephine are divorced, at least they thought they were three years prior. It isn’t until Noah gets a letter from the IRS is he sent reeling, trying to figure out how the divorce never went through. A visit to Josephine and they find the unsigned documents. Immediately, they go through the process to get the divorce done and finalized.
Josephine delivers the paperwork to the ranch, in hopes of getting the ball rolling, but ends up getting stuck at the ranch in an epic snowstorm. It’s while there, they are both faced in the truth of their lives and their marriage.
This book had me moved. I felt teary at least twice or more, all the more determined to finish the book. The growth of the characters grew until the explosion at the end. I would definitely recommend this book to be read and enjoyed.
I did receive this book from the publisher, Thomas Nelson Publishing (via Netgalley) in exchange for an honest review.