Tuesday, May 3, 2011

To Win Her Heart by Karen Witemeyer

Karen Witemeyer is still a relative newcomer to the Christian fiction writing scene, but last year I was blown away by her debut novel, A Tailor Made Bride. Now she's gone and done it again with her third release from Bethany House, To Win Her Heart.

Eden Spencer has resigned herself to being a spinster. Her betrothed ran off five years ago and while time has healed her wounds, she's still a little uneasy around men. Especially men new to town like the ruggedly handsome Levi Grant. Levi has just been released from prison and is looking to start over in Spencer, Texas as a blacksmith. He has made peace with his past and has renewed his relationship with the Lord, but he still doesn't want anyone to know about his incarceration, because he doesn't want to be labeled as trouble.

What I loved about this book:

  • Eden is the founder of the town library and has it in her home because she considers books of utmost importance

  • The characters use stories from the Bible to help them in real-life circumstances

  • There aren't too many characters to remember

  • I cried at the ending

  • The minor characters are as lovable as the major ones

I loved every minute of reading this book. Kudos to the author for another enjoyable read! And for a CLEAN READ.

Thanks to the author for providing this book for review.

You can purchase this book here.

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