Sometimes you wake up one day and find yourself uncomfortably aware that you have invested so much of your life in someone else that you have no life of your own. That’s where Eden Christiansen found herself. Eden is writing about dead people when she wants to become a real newspaper reporter. Her whole life is wrapped up in her brother’s hockey career and writing obits. This is not where she planned to be.
Jace Jacobson may be the big time hockey star with a bad boy reputation, but he has a health problem and a soft side that the world doesn’t see. When Jace and Eden find themselves working toward common goal, things get complicated.
It Had To Be You Book Review
I read alot of books; sometimes I just get through them because I have to, other books are a joy and I’m hooked. I enjoyed this book by Susan May Warren. I would love to read more books in the Christiansen Family series.
About the book
Eden Christiansen never imagined her role as her younger brother Owen’s cheerleader would keep her on the sidelines of her own life. Sure, it feels good to be needed, but looking after the reckless NHL rookie leaves little time for Eden to focus on her own career. She dreamed of making a name for herself as a reporter, but is stuck writing obits—and starting to fear she doesn’t have the chops to land a major story. If only someone would step up to mentor Owen . . . but she knows better than to expect help from team veteran and bad-boy enforcer Jace Jacobsen.
About the Susan May Warren
Growing up in Minneapolis and attending the U of MN, I learned to love city life, although I’m a woodsy girl at heart. Or maybe I’m an adventurer — having lived and traveled all over the world, including Siberia Russia as a missionary for eight years. Probably that’s why my characters can’t sit still, and seem to get into one scrape after another — they’re too much like me! I love God, my family, my country, my church, and feel privileged every day to be able to write stories, that I hope inspire and entertain!
Read more about Susan May Warren on her website.
I received a copy of this book from Tyndale Blog Network for the purpose of this review.