Review: Yours Forever (Yours To... Book 3) by Cathy Jackson


Synopsis

Maximillian Roselle needs Ruthie Eden like he needs air to breathe. Her compassion, passion, and faith have awakened his desire to love and be loved; and the attention she has received from his colleague, Ken Davis, has galvanized his determination to make her his own.

Ken knows a good thing when he sees it, so when his friend Max struggled with his relationship with Ruthie, he stepped in to give Max a push. Now he lends his friendship to bolster and encourage Max's faith in God and Ruthie.

Ruthie Eden enjoyed being single. She busied herself with her interests and her writing and hadn't seriously thought about sharing her life with anyone—until she met the Roselle family. With her heart open to be loved, the attention of other men has her head spinning.

Enter Jace Nelson, brought in to collaborate on Max and Ken's new video project. Charming and roguish, he has less-than-honorable intentions toward Ruthie. He takes this enterprise as an oppurtunity to turn Ruthie's head and change her heart, and doesn't care what claim anyone else might have.

5-Stars Review


This is book three in 'Yours To' trilogy and just as amazing as first two books. I simply adore Max and Ruthie's story.

Ruthie and Max are now engaged. They're planning to get married soon but there is still a lot they need to understand about each other, and deal with. One thing is for sure they love each other and nothing can change that.

Ruthie had never thought that her life will end up the way it did. She has faith is God and she knows that whatever happens it happens for a reason. So if she is meant to be with Max then she will be with him otherwise she will have to accept that it wasn't meant to be. She prays as much as she can and tries to live her life in the best way she can.

Max was never that religious. But since Ruthie has come into his life he has changed and now he is trying to teach his children that prayers matter. Ruthie has brought God into their lives. She has changed them all for the better and now they can't live without her.

But their trials are not over yet.... I loved this book just as much as I loved other two books in the trilogy, in fact I think I loved it even more. Because in this book all the characters are at their best. They've developed well. Story remains interesting. And I think this series is a must summer read.