Jade and Max share a deep love, though revelations from his past have recently shaken their marriage. And Jade is completely smitten with Max's little son, Asa, whom she is now raising as her own. Their blended family brings her the joy she's never known. But there is one more secret to be uncovered. One that will impact them all.
Max is doing his best to man-up and prove worthy of Jade's devotion. As well as that of his young son. Its seems like life in Whisper Hollow will pick up where they left off until Max is faced with an unusual opportunity -- leave his family's law firm to coach Texas high school football.
Realizing a fresh start will bring healing to their marriage, Jade takes the leap of faith with Max and moves with him and baby Asa across country, bidding goodbye to her beloved Blue Umbrella shop. But renewing her trust in Max begins in her own heart.
The fresh start in quaint Colby, Texas is soon sullied when Max discovers the high school program isn't all it seemed. And while Max struggles to rebuild a once glorious football team, Jade wrestles with news that could break Max's heart. And change their lives forever.
Title: Love Lifted Me
SubTitle: A Song Bird Novel
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Pub Date: January 03, 2012
Love Lifted Me is the third book in the Songbird Novel series, and each story gets better and better. Deeply hurt by her husband Max's secret past, Jade is faced with raising his son while Max is off at a drug rehab facility. She honestly doesn't know if she will ever be able to trust him again.
Longing for a child of her own after several miscarriages, Jade embraces her new role as caregiver and mother to young Asa. Her heart can't help but fall deeply in love with the sweet little boy. Yet she is still cautious about her future with Max.
Love Lifted Me is an honest look at tender relationships that need a miracle to heal all the broken pieces. If you enjoy a story of forgiveness and a second chance at romance, then you will love this series.
Disclosure: Ebook received through Net Galley courtesy of Thomas Nelson, in exchange for my honest review.