Book Review First Comes Love, Then Comes…

350dpiTCWheelerFRONTTitle: First Comes Love, Then Comes…

Author: T.C. Wheeler

Genre: Romance

Rating: 8/10

Buy: Amazon  Google Store

   Marriage is a hard road. It’s even harder when you’re young and have everything coming at you from left field. Rachel and Jacob takes you on a journey of what the nursery rhyme doesn’t fully express. Rachel, a gorgeous 20 year old woman along with her flawless husband Jacob gets through a long hard road of getting married, not receiving some of their family member’s blessings and not having agreements on whether the time is here to have a baby.

They overcame the hardship of finishing school, starting businesses, and depression over not conceiving the first time around. Now in the present days, everything seems to be going great-until Rachel overheard a conversation that Jacob was having over the phone. From women trying to kill her man, to mysterious phone calls, to a HUGE secret everyone knows about except Rachel-This couple has something new around every corner. A single day changed their lives forever, but the question is: did it change for better or worse?

Review

First Comes Love, Then Comes… is a quick, but fun read. Main character Rachel is easy to relate to, and her struggles sound authentic – well, some of them. Some of them are slightly over the top, and downright hilarious, and they make for great reading.

Jacob sounded like an authentic, real person as well. Both characters each have their own, unique personality, and sometimes they match, sometimes they clash.

The dialogue is down-to-earth, and the plot was entertaining. A solid, different, fresh, romance read.

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