Monday, February 8, 2016

Book Review-A Chance At Love by T.K. Chapin

Nineteen-years old Kyle Reynolds wondered if he was destined to deliver pizzas for the rest of his life, but until he found his purpose in life…it put money in his pocket.  When Kyle delivered pizza to a church, little did he realize his life was about to change in a big way. 

His grandmother was ill and needed help, so Kyle was volunteered to help her for a week.  However; his grandmother was the one who helped him by giving his life to the Lord. 

When delivering pizza to a church Kyle saw beautiful Emily Hayden.  He felt she was an angel and his heart was stolen…but how was he going to get to know Emily especially since her parents were so protective and she had a secret she wouldn’t tell him because she was afraid if Kyle found out, he would have nothing to do with her.    

This is one of the most beautiful love-stories I have read in a long time.  Not only is it about a young couple and their love for each other, but also about the most everlasting love that God has for each of us. 

This book goes beyond the surface of love and shows the real basis for a lasting love.  Mr. Chapin takes the age old question of why does God let bad things happen to good people and answers the question in a way that is easy to understand.  Simply God doesn’t let bad things happen….He gave us free-will and our choices sometimes cause things to happen that shouldn’t.  Once again Mr. Chapin has written a book that has deeply touched my heart and dug down deep into my soul.  It has made me once again want to have a closer relationship with Jesus.

This book is sure to speak to your romantic side while it strengthens you faith.  The twists and turns in this beautifully written novel will keep you turning the pages and at the end leave you wanting the story to continue. 

Thank you Mr. Chapin for another inspirational novel! 

Disclosure: I was given a copy of this eBook by the author, T.K. Chapin, for an honest review.   I was not required to write a favorable review nor was I compensated for my review. The opinions in this review are my own.

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