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  • Always the One was an excellent story.

    I enjoy blogging because I get to read so many awesome book this one included. I love helping to support authors to get their books promoted and I feel that this was the Lord's calling. I enjoyed the story line and the wonderful characters that I got to make friends with. Randal has pulled me into the story from the beginning to the end and I loved the suspense that kept me on the edge of my seat waiting to find out who done it. I love a book that can keep me entertained all the way through. There wasn't one thing that I didn't like about this book. It's a wonderful and clean read all the way through. Hannah is trying to come to grips with everything that has happened past, present, and future. She's an amazing lady who has had a lot to overcome and somewhere along the way, she's gotten the idea that she had to do everything and control whatever situation that she's in. I love how the author put Hannah through life. While I didn't enjoy watching her struggle, I was rooting for her along the way. I like to thing that when God closes one door He opens another. He might have closed that first door for a reason. I really wanted to shake and tell her that she didn't have to do that that there was One died on the cross just for that purpose. He died to save us from our sins and tells us time and time again to lay our burdens at His feet. ( Admittedly I have that trouble as well. But we're all human. That's where forgiveness comes in). I admit it's easier said than done especially when you feel like you're the one who's trying to do it all. I feel like that sometimes. Especially somewhere along the line that my husband thinks all he has to do is work and then come home go to bed, play on his phone. Derrick is my kind of guy but someone doesn't see that yet. She's too busy holding onto the past. He's kind, caring and compassionate. I wish the cover would have showed his face lol. That way I can drool lol! I love that he's interested in everything including life and how he digs his heels in so to speak. And at last we're to the mystery that is unfolding in the novel. I love that! It makes for an interesting plot. Now last but least we get to Johnathan. I don't trust him at all. He comes off as a shady and suspicious person of interest. Especially since he disappears all the time. This is a book I highly recommend if you want an excellent read. It is chalk full of mystery, romance not too heavily overdone and second chances. I promise that it will keep you glued to wherever you are at until the book is finished. I sighed happily after it was finished. Randel certainly can write a story that's for sure! My thanks to Prism Tours for a wonderful read. I was NOT required to write a positive review and all opinions are entirely my own.

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