The Wedding Chapel by Rachel Hauck is a culmination of three stories. You have what is talking place in the preset for Taylor; a girl living in a marriage that's lost it's flair. There's Collette; a retired actress who spent decades as a monarch and loving mother and wife, but has none of it off-screen. Then there's Jimmy, the retired football hall-of-fame coach, who's trying to find the meaning in a small, wedding chapel back in Heart's Bend, Tennessee.
They all come together in a manner of ways- each with a meaning but unsure of any purpose. It takes a photography assignment to bring things to a head and it's a heart-warming story that goes back and forth through years and years for an explanation.
Which is why I kept finding myself excited and bored at the same time with this story. I wanted to love it so much, but the very beginning of the story brought me to napping. Once we got the story going and was introduced to Taylor and Jack. Their story is entrancing and it was easy to like them but for me, the constant falling back in time wasn't. I also loved Collette and her twinge of selfishness.
Because this book is Christian-based, you have to realize what sin has done to these people. It's a beautiful story and how it all comes together is... heart-warming and beautiful! Yeah, I said it!
Since I'm a book cover junkie, I also have to say the cover is enchanting. It's soft yet mesmerizing; welcoming yet private. It's not one of those that screams at you, but draws you in. Enjoy this read. 📚
Rating: 👓👓👓👓.5 /5 specs
* 2015 Year of Books Recap is next.
**Book provided by Lifuse Publicity, for an honest review.
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