A Billion Reasons Why

This book by: Kristin Billerbeck is about a young woman named Katie McKenna who lives in California, works as a school teacher, and is almost engaged to be married to a predictable guy named Dexter. Her ex boyfriend, who also happens to be multimillionaire Luc DeForges, shows up and requests that she return home to New Orleans to sing and dance at his brother’s wedding. She makes a business arrangement with him for the sole purpose of going home to get her grandmother’s wedding ring so that Dexter can use it when he proposes. Katie quickly realizes that she has to face her past: her mother, her grief over her father’s death, her passion for singing and dancing, and most importantly her feelings for Luc.

Until now, I have never read any books by this author. After reading this book, I would like to pick up some of her other titles! I thought that this book was an easy read,  and it felt like I was watching a good chic flick romance movie. I could easily picture the characters as they interacted through the pages. I did feel that a lot of the book was predictable but not in a bad way. Some plots in the book were not predictable which made it interesting. I like how Billerbeck used Katie’s struggle to understand her emotions and tied it into her relationship with God. Overall, this is a great story that I would recommend to anyone who likes Christian romance novels. This is a great addition to my personal library!

In accordance with the Federal Trade Commission I am required to disclose that Thomas Nelson provided this book for free in exchange for my review. I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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A Billion Reasons Why

By Kristin Billerbeck / Thomas Nelson

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2 comments on “A Billion Reasons Why

  1. I love Kristin Billerbeck and have read all her books. Looking forward to getting time to read this one. Highly recommend her stuff.

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