My first though while reading the second half of this book was I better make a dentist appointment in the morning. It was so stinking sweet! I mean that in a great way. I cried so many happy and feel good tears during this book. Loved
loved loved this book. The only thing I regret is that I didn’t read the other three first. I will be correctly that SOON and should have reviews of those here in the next month. Seriously, I was sort of nervous when I was assigned these to review hearing they were about dirt bike racing/motor cross maybe? Seriously, it was so secondary in the story that I couldn’t tell you exactly what it is called, which for me is great!
In this story we meet Alex who works on her families training academy for the motor cross. Her life long friend and secret love, Dallas is a pro and often travels. He also secretly loves Alex. While I find it hard to believe that everyone knew how they felt for each other and it took so long for it to be brought up, it was done in such a way that made me melt. I would totally want Dallas as my new BBF BUT seriously, he is made to be Alex’s and hers alone, hence the title, Alex’s Destiny.
It took a big tragedy to bring Dallas to Alex but once it did, I rooted for them so hard. “The circumstances were not at all how he wanted their life together to start. However, when she settled back into place, it felt right. For the first time in his adult life, he felt like he was right where he was supposed to be. He was home.”
I loved the extended family in this book and also loved the writing style. I was very envious of her life to be honest. And of Dallas. Oh Dallas, I love you! I highly recommend this book and if the rest of them are this amazing, then you are surely in for a treat!
When asked ‘when do you have time to write’, Amy Gregory simply laughs. The real answer is, “in bits and pieces”. She and her husband live in Kansas City with their three fantastic kids that keep them running in three very different directions. Because she sits so much, she always carries a notebook with her at all times.
She has an off the wall, snarky, off the cuff sense of humor that often shocks even those who’ve known her for years. And she loves that her children have all been blessed that ability to make others laugh as well. At least she’s grateful most of the time! Her husband often teases her about how she “makes this stuff up” when he’s reading a piece of her work. … The answer—“it just comes to me when I’m typing”. Scary thought, huh!