One Last Thing by Rebecca St James and Nancy Rue
Today I'm reviewing One Last Thing over at Australasian Christian Writers. Click here to read my review.
Here's the book description:
Tara had always imagined her happily ever after. But her fiancé’s secrets are changing this story into one she doesn’t even recognize.
Tara Faulkner and Seth Grissom grew up next door to each other in Savannah’s historic district. Their parents are best friends. They finish each other’s sentences all the time. Their fairytale wedding is a foregone conclusion . . . until Tara discovers another side to Seth three weeks before the wedding.
Reality has crashed in on Tara’s fairytale—but hope will lead her to a future she couldn’t have planned for herself.
This isn't an easy read, but I think it's the best book I've read so far this year. One Last Thing does an excellent job in sensitively fictionalising a growing problem in society. It’s not easy reading, and it’s not nice. But it is real. Unfortunately.