Tyler Sherwood left it all behind for a chance at the national spotlight, but a backstage revelation changed everything. Embarrassed to face his family after his failure, he retreats to a rustic cabin to regroup...and comes face to face with an intriguing young woman and an old guitar.
When sparks fly, will they leave her singing or singed? Can the message and the music reignite dormant dreams and bring him home for Christmas?
If you like prodigals, faith-filled romance, and country music, then you'll love this final chapter from the Wardrobe series by Candee Fick.
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I enjoyed reading the final installment of the Wardrobe series by Candee Fick. Being that it was a novella, some things felt like they happened a little too quickly, like Tyler's change of heart, and I also felt like I didn't get to know Grace or Tyler as well as I would have in a full-length novel. But, Tyler did learn his lesson, and Grace was able to step out in faith toward her future, so the outcome was good, and I did enjoy the story. Both characters were likable. Anyone who has been reading this series will want to read the concluding book. Those who enjoy stories that take place in the music industry will certainly enjoy this one.
I received an eARC of this novella from the author for review purposes. The thoughts expressed here are my own.
About the Author
In addition to writing clean faith-based romance novels and inspirational non-fiction, Candee coaches other authors with their marketing plans and offers content editing to aspiring novelists. She is a member of both American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and the Christian Proofreaders and Editors Network. Her fiction has semi-finaled, finaled, and won the ACFW Genesis Contest and Selah Awards.