About the Book
Book: Love, Again
Author: Tamara G. Cooper
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: September 11, 2020
Jake Barrett is devastated when he loses his wife and toddler son in a terrible, fiery accident. What made it even more painful is that an unidentified man was found in the car with them. The police suggest that his wife was having an affair. Since that horrible day two years ago, Jake has questioned everything about himself and his marriage and found no answers. He returns home to his family’s Texas ranch to try to find healing there and maybe learn to trust again.
Twice, Honor McKee was engaged to be married, and twice, she was stood up just days before the wedding. Adding to her embarrassment is the fact that she is a marriage counselor, someone who gives advice to others about love and relationships. Ashamed and deeply hurt, she loses faith in herself and her ability to choose a man willing to commit.
Although they are both wounded and disappointed in love, Jake and Honor meet and manage to stumble their way toward friendship and, quite possibly, more. But their lives are turned upside down when trust in each other is needed the most, and neither has it to give.
Will they learn that there is more to life than living in past failures, that it really is possible to find love again?
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About the Author
Tamara G. Cooper lives in Texas with her husband, three boys, and five dogs. She enjoys writing mysteries with a touch of romance. Love, Again is her first romance.
More from Tamara
When I thought of writing “Love, Again”, I wanted to find out what would happen between two very-hurt people who stumbled into the beginnings of a friendship but didn’t have the trust it took for the relationship to go any further. What would help them see their flaws? What did they need to learn to become more than the past had let them be?
I loved getting to know Jake and Honor. Without giving anything away, I walked with them through their discoveries about themselves and each other. I hope you enjoy their journey!
My Review of Love, Again:
This was the first book I’ve read by this author but won’t be the last. I thoroughly enjoyed the characters, the storyline and the biblical truths weaved throughout. While romance isn’t usually my favorite genre, I was drawn to read this book and am so glad I picked it up. I enjoyed the diversity of the characters’ personalities and how the author wrote their struggles realistically. This is a book I will be talking about with my friends and family and encouraging them to read as well.
I received a copy of this book from Celebrate Lit but was not under any obligation to write a review. All opinions are strictly mine.
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7 Replies to “Celebrate Lit Blog Tour for Love, Again by Tamara G. Cooper”
This sounds like a really good story.
I love reading your reviews Cheri. Thanks, this sounds like a good story that I would enjoy as well.
This sounds good! I’m pretty curious about the unidentified man.
I appreciate a realistically written story when it deals with spiritual and emotional struggles that the characters must work through and resolve and everything isn’t wrapped up all pretty with a bow.
Sounds good, this has a nice cover.
Thanks for sharing your book and for the great giveaway too.
Thank you for the opportunity. God bless you.