Genre: New Adult, Contemporary Romance
Purchase Links: Amazon
Blurb:From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Temptation of Lila and Ethan comes a story of change, hope, and unbreakable vows.
The day Ella has waited for is just around the corner. It's the day she'll marry Micha, the love of her life, the light that guided her out of the darkness. It looks like it will be the perfect Christmas-until an unexpected package arrives with a harsh reminder of Ella's past. Suddenly Ella doesn't feel as confident about her future. Can she really have a "happily-ever-after" if she's never even seen one?
Micha will stand by Ella no matter what she's going through-though he worries that she might leave him standing at the altar again. When he's offered a once-in-a-lifetime chance to tour with his favorite bands for three months, Micha knows he can't leave Ella behind. But can he ask her to uproot her life to join him on the road?
Now Ella and Micha must find a way to balance their fears, their dreams, and their love . . . if they ever want to hear wedding bells.
"I'm never really sure about anything. I get anxious when it comes to huge decisions and that makes me hesitate every single time. If I had my way, it wouldn't be like that, but sometimes things are out of our control when it comes to who we are. "
Jessica Sorsensen is one of my favorite authors and her book The Secret of Ella and Micha was the reason I found out about the Genre of New Adult. Normally I only read about Young adult but once I found her books then I had to do lot of search to get a hold of new adult books.
As the wedding date draws near Ellas seems to be having cold feet. When a mysterious package about her mother is sent to her Ella has the chance to learn more about her mother then she ever had. Micha is worried that the package about her mother will ruin her progress but Micha is hopeful that things will work out. Plus Michas might have a chance to go out and do his dream but worries it would risk Ella and his relationship.
"Sometimes it's hard to be happy or to even admit that you're good enough to be happy, that you do deserve it, so you refuse to feel it, fight it. It's my own thought process sometimes and I hate it, but I've also learned to deal with it... I think."
I loved this booked. I thought this was a great ending to Ella and Micha's story. I loved how devoting, loving, and understanding Micha was. I loved that Ella throughout her troubles was able to find something stable and try to work through different stresses that come her way. Through out the books I've loved the connection. I loved the back flashes that get a glimpse into their past lives. It helps the readers get a deeper connection to the characters and makes them easy to relate to when they have a past and it helped them feel more real rather then just characters in a book. Overall I loved this book and highly recommend you lovely readers check it out.