A Love Like Ours by Becky Wade was a super sweet story. This is the third book in the series but you don’t have to read the other two in order to understand and follow along with this story. I love when I have read the series to be able to check back in with the characters that you come to love after reading a whole book about them. If you missed my reviews on the other two books you can click here and here to check them out. Anyway lets get back to the review of this book. Out of all the Porter brothers I have to say that Jake has been my favorite. Maybe that is because I grew up in the military but I really liked him and felt so bad for him because of everything he went through. I spent the whole time I was reading this book hoping that everything would work out great for Jake & Lyndie because I truly loved both of them. This is a sweet story that everyone who love contemporary romance books should check out!
About The Book
A Love Like Ours (Bethany House, May 2015)
Former Marine Jake Porter has far deeper scars than the one that marks his face. He struggles with symptoms of PTSD, lives a solitary life, and avoids relationships.
When Lyndie James, Jake’s childhood best friend, lands back in Holley, Texas, Jake cautiously hires her to exercise his Thoroughbreds. Lyndie is tender-hearted, fiercely determined, and afraid of nothing, just like she was as a child. Jake pairs her with Silver Leaf, a horse full of promise but lacking in results, hoping she can solve the mystery of the stallion’s reluctance to run.
Though Jake and Lyndie have grown into very different adults, the bond that existed during their childhood still ties them together. Against Jake’s will, Lyndie’s sparkling, optimistic personality begins to tear down the walls he’s built around his heart. A glimmer of the hope he’d thought he’d lost returns, but fears and regrets still plague him. Will Jake ever be able to love Lyndie like she deserves, or is his heart too shattered to mend?
About The Author
Becky Wade is a native of California who attended Baylor University, met and married a Texan, and moved to Dallas. She published historical romances for the general market, took time off to raise her children, then felt God nudging her to pursue contemporary Christian fiction. Becky’s work has been a finalist for both a RITA and an INSPY Award.