From the #1 New York Times bestselling author Jessica Sorensen comes a story of change, hope, and unbreakable vows.
The day Ella has waited for is just around the corner. It's the day she'll marry Micha, the love of her life, the light that guided her out of the darkness. It looks like it will be the perfect Christmas-until an unexpected package arrives with a harsh reminder of Ella's past. Suddenly Ella doesn't feel as confident about her future. Can she really have a "happily-ever-after" if she's never even seen one?
Micha will stand by Ella no matter what she's going through-though he worries that she might leave him standing at the altar again. When he's offered a once-in-a-lifetime chance to tour with his favorite bands for three months, Micha knows he can't leave Ella behind. But can he ask her to uproot her life to join him on the road?
Now Ella and Micha must find a way to balance their fears, their dreams, and their love . . . if they ever want to hear wedding bells.
Sorenson's fourth Secret erotic contemporary scrambles to tie up loose ends from previous installments while giving the title couple their hour in the spotlight. Ella begins her series of confusing decisions by leaving Micha at the altar. Micha makes his first show of endless patience when he agrees to postpone the wedding until Christmas, when they can have the ceremony at their childhood home. Several glimpses into the past are shown through the exploration of Ella's mother's journal, the discovery of which prompted the sudden change in wedding plans. Flashback sequences illuminate portions of Micha and Ella's shared history, but these detours steal most of the focus from the present day, making this novel paradoxically lugubrious despite intense emotion and sizzling erotic interludes. The best part is the satisfying resolution, which does feel earned through effort and commitment.
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I’m waiting for this book to be out!!!!
I absolutely LOVE the Ella and Micha books<3 I'm so happy they finally got their happy ending and Ella finally starts to let go of the past. (: the book is kind of short but good enough that it doesn't matter !