Leaving the priesthood is a decision Jarod Kendall agonizes over. But convincing the woman he loves, Sydney Taylor, that he made the right choice is even more difficult. Sydney returns his feelings, but she wonders if Jarod can ever be truly hers. As they plan their wedding and deal with the reactions of others to the situation, Jarod's the one with doubts. Rebecca Winters' Meant-to-Be Marriage (3) has a tantalizing, dramatic premise, and the plotting can't be faulted. But while Jarod's a compelling figure, Sydney's near-constant wailing and waffling grate after just a few chapters.
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Catherine Witmer