All This Time by Melissa Tagg – The Walker Saga Concludes with Most Anticipated Story

September 29, 2017 4 Comments

All This Time by Melissa Tagg – The Walker Saga Concludes with Most Anticipated Story

September 29, 2017 4 Comments

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ABOUT the BOOK

Author: Melissa Tagg
Publisher: Larkspur Press (Indie Published)
Publication Date: 2017
Genre: Fiction; Contemporary Romance
Source: Author Provided e-copy; thanks, Melissa!
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Rating: ★★★★★

All This Time by Melissa Tagg | Book Review


THE STORY | Time stands still for Bear McKinley. His dream of missionary work in Africa vanishes from his future thanks to a checkered past. This leads him to wonder about the future.  His immediate future leads him to Georgia and the door of his sister-in-law. Instead of a welcome, she refuses to tell Bear what’s going on with his brother (who’s life is riddled with mistakes), but she does rush him out the door, and sends her two kids with him. All he knows is she begs Bear to keep her children safe… and the best way he knows how to do this is by returning to Maple Valley.
BOOK REVIEW | Keep Holding On by Melissa Tagg – Wit, Wisdom and Winsome Charm

 

Maple Valley is safety to Raegan Walker. It’s the only place she’s known and it’s the only place she wants to be. Unlike her siblings, she isn’t about to leave it or her close-knit family behind. The one person who could have shaken her safety net is Bear McKinley. Until he left her behind. Now Raegan protects a broken heart. When he returns with two small children in tow, Raegan will have to check her emotions lest she again fall in love with this enigma of a man…

REVIEW | As each of Melissa’s Walker family series (three full length books, plus a novella) released, this is the story avid fans most anticipated. The story of Raegan Walker and Bear McKinley is the romance they invested in as it quietly set up its backstory in the proceeding titles. Readers fell (easily) under the sway of Bear’s gentle character (though we knew there was something to his past) and of course, we love Raegan’s likeable (aka #relate) girl-next-door character. (Girl is something of a coffee fiend, too.)

“All she knew was that this right here was everything she hadn’t known she was waiting for.” – Melissa Tagg

Though Melissa saved this story for the fourth and final book, she makes it one of the best. A conclusion none of us will find surprising since Team Tagg fans had faith in every aspect of this story. The storytelling continues to grow and push beyond the surface of the narrative. Inside these pages lies a story that begs forgiveness (of one’s self), letting go of a tortured past and one’s own limitations and of course, plenty of sweet romance. All This Time is all about letting go, emotional failing, rediscovering strength (from Him, and those around us who matter) and learning.

With its signature “cozy” vibe and feels, the breath-catching moments are amped up in All This Time. Whether it’s because of the underlying sense of “mystery” that surrounds Bear’s family or the achingly tender moments between Bear and Raegan, there is plenty to swoon and sigh over. Our final visit to Maple Valley will please ardent and new fans alike. The series can be read as standalone’s, but all are so good, one may as well take the plunge and read them all. In fact, if I may be so bold, I’ll say this; pick up these lovely works of fiction. They’re perfect weekend binge reads.

All This Time is a journey. It’s effectively simple in its appeal, swoony with its romance and completes the circle with joyful messages. Wrapped inside this tome is a story no reader who loves the contemporary genre. Like the cozy atmospheric sights, sounds and scents of autumn, this story is sure to give you all the feels by its dreamy conclusion. ♥


Sincere thanks to the author for sending a e-copy of this book; all opinions are my own. 

Rissi JC

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4 Comments

  • Michele Mattos September 30, 2017 at 4:45 pm

    I've just found your blog and I'm binge reading all your reviews with my GoodReads account opened so I can add the book to my TBR pile! I've all followed you on GFC! This book sounds liked it's right up my alley! :)

    http://www.letmecrossover.blogspot.com

    • Rissi October 3, 2017 at 6:42 pm

      Hi, Michele! Glad you have you here – and thank you! Visit anytime, and I do hope you discover some amazing new reads. Gotta' love a growing TBR.

      Hope you enjoy Melissa's book – and many thanks for the follow. Looking forward to visiting your bookish space. :)

  • Becky October 10, 2017 at 9:29 pm

    "All the feels" is right! Glad you enjoyed it, too :-)

    • Rissi October 12, 2017 at 11:05 pm

      Me too, Becky. It's an adorable and lovely novel. Melissa always writes stories with layers and plenty of heart. Just two of the reasons we love her novels. :)

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