Sunday, August 19, 2018


She left me the week before our wedding.

Said I wasn't "husband material."

Actually, I'd have to agree with my ex on that matter...because I'm just better off alone.

But everything changed for me the day I met a mysterious beauty sketching on the beach.


We had one magical night together...and then she was gone—a free-spirited angel who flitted away with the dawn.

I searched until I found her again.

And now I can't let her go...because I might just be husband material after all.

*Husband Material is the third book in the LEFT AT THE ALTAR series in a collaboration of six New York Times Bestselling Authors: J. S. Scott, Ruth Cardello, Raine Miller, Sawyer Bennett, M. Malone, and Melody Anne.

This is, surprisingly, my first title by Raine Miller, and I enjoyed it. It's a shorter story, so it is instalove, which works when it is shorter as there just isn't the time to fully develop the backstory and the events leading up to the relationship.

Gage was jilted...recently and seemingly over his socks never ending up in the hamper.  However, the reader and Gage himself understand this was merely the final straw, the last thing his ex mentioned before being completely done with him.  So, he decides he is not one for relationships and romance is off the table.

Until he sees Giselle, his French beach fairy and realizes that maybe it was only partly his fault that his ex left him, and that sometimes, it is all about the person you are with making you willing to do more, to hunt them down, to see if you can find them again when what you had was supposed to be one night, and maybe to even be willing to chase them around the world, if it comes to that, because what you have is worth fighting for.

I enjoyed this title, and I believed the characters.  I wanted more of them, which happens a lot in a shorter story.  But at the same time, I thought the parts we were part of, and the parts the author skipped over for space, worked well and allowed the story to flow.

As I mentioned, this is my first title by this author, but it won't be my last.  I recommend this book.


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Raine Miller is a New York Times – USA Today – Wall Street Journal bestselling author who likes to write romantic stories pretty much every chance she gets. She has a handsome husband, two amazing sons, and two very bouncy Italian greyhounds to keep her busy the rest of the time. Her boys know she likes to write stories, but gratefully have never asked to read any. Thank God!

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