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Love Reunited by Tara Taffera: Book Review

 **I received a complimentary copy for consideration. All thoughts are my own. 

Elizabeth Carlson turns heads wherever she goes but has never moved on from Tyler Williams, with whom she shared a whirlwind relationship her senior year of high school. After only a month together, Elizabeth ran away from her past and her broken family. Ten years later, Tyler comes crashing back in her life, eager for a second chance. But she can’t forgive him for the order he issued all those years ago.

Slowly, a high school romance turns into so much more, but her secrets, and his anger, threaten to ruin their happily ever after. Will God’s grace and love lead them back to each other?

Tara Taffera is an avid reader and the author of A Divine Love Series. She writes contemporary Christian romance enveloped in God’s grace and love. Book two in her series, Love Unfailing, won the silver medal in the 2022 Illumination Book Awards in the romance category. The program shines a light on Exemplary Christian Books. Love Unfailing was also a semi-finalist in the Indies Today Awards.

She lives in Virginia with her husband of almost 25 years, a non-reader himself who provides valuable advice on her books—all those baseball scenes! He is one of her biggest cheerleaders, along with her three daughters.

You can find Tara on all the major social media platforms, and her books are available on Amazon. Learn more about her at tarataffera.com.

Love Reunited is the third book in A Divine Love series. I had personally only read one of the previous books in the series, and admittedly, it had been a little bit ago so details were a bit fuzzy. Either way, I found that this read just fine as a standalone too.

In a series called A Divine Love, this story certainly fits. Liz and Tyler had a brief but life changing relationship in high school, and struggled to move on from past mistakes. They are given a second chance when they both wind up in the same town ten years later. Oh yes, certainly divine! This story was a great love story, of course, but more than that it was really a great story about forgiveness. These characters had to work on forgiving not only each other, but themselves as well. At times I felt like perhaps forgiveness came too easily, but then we would see the struggle with a deeper forgiveness and it did seem rather true to the struggle that many of us have. It was a sweet love story, but it was emotional and heavy at times too. Overall, I found this to be a really enjoyable story. If you enjoy Christian romances, this is certainly one worth checking out.


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