About the Book
Book: Sincerely Yours
Author: Kari Trumbo
Genre: Contemporary Christian Romance
Release Date: July 26, 2019
What if you fell in love with a man you’d never met?
When marketing coordinator Liberty Dryden tries to help radio station owner and DJ Tom Higgs attract new listeners and advertisers, she hits a roadblock.
He refuses to meet with her, and she has no idea why.
Tom has an affliction that’s plagued him his whole life—a painfully crippling stutter. On air, he can speak to thousands, but in person, he stumbles to find every word.
After a woman stalked him, he’s convinced his fame and fortune are all women want. He’s unable to tell Liberty why he won’t meet in person. How could he explain his unfounded doubts and his own issues?
Without her, disaster looms for his station. But, meeting her might prove he’s right about women.
Liberty takes matters into her own hands and calls into his radio show… using an assumed name.
She never expects to hit it off with him. If she reveals her secret, it will put her new relationship and her job at risk.
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After reading this book, I am left with a myriad of mixed emotions. I’m not saying I didn’t enjoy the book; I did. It was very emotional, as you read about Tom and Liberty and their struggles of loneliness. And reading Liberty’s struggle with cancer especially left me teary eyed. I liked each of their characters, because each one had hard problems that they were dealing with.
I think my main issue with this book is that both Tom and Liberty deal with loneliness, but we don’t see much of them turning to their faith and realizing that who they need is God. The author did touch a little bit on it, but I would’ve liked to see more. Instead, the two ended up relying more on each other. Which is fine, I just would’ve liked to see more of their own relationships with Jesus.
I did, overall, like the story, though, and the characters, and I would still recommend this book. I can’t wait to see how Destiny’s story plays out. Her role in the book was so interesting, and I will definitely be reading Trumbo’s next novel.
I had received a copy of this book as part of the Celebrate Lit Blogging Team and was required to give an honest review.
About the Author
Kari Trumbo is a bestselling author of Christian historical and contemporary romance novels. Her books are known for characters who feel real, settings you could move to, and faith woven between the pages. She makes her home in central Minnesota with her husband of over twenty years, two daughters, two sons, and never enough time.
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Then the hard part began.
I liked Liberty and I spent a while in her head, trying to figure her out. She was a tough one because Liberty has some hurts. She feels alone and a little used. Don’t we all? But how to write that in a way where the reader wasn’t bored by her self-doubt. Because, let’s face it, it’s cool when a story touches us in a way that is familiar, but if it’s overdone…snooze. I liked the idea that because of their hurts, both characters were shy. So, I gave myself a challenge. These two couldn’t meet until later in the story, but it still had to feel like a romance.
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