Love Finds a Home: 3 Historical Romances Make Falling in Love Simple and Sweet Paperback – Jul 1 2011
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Glenna Moore & David Green meet on a trail. Glenna and her father are heading to Granger, Wyoming. They have been kicked out of another town and it was leave or let her father get shot. He was a gambler. He cheated others and drank too much. Glenna herself lied and cheated to cover for her father. Ever since her mother died in childbirth they had been moving from town to town.
David is heading to Idaho City to become a pastor at a church there. He notices the beautiful dark haired girl and wonders how the drunken older man is related to her.
Glenna gets up to get some air while her father is gambling and David follows her. When her father comes down to them he looks angry. He had told David to stay away. Instead her father jumps over the rail of the train. Thinking he must have died and left her alone in the world, David offers marriage. It seems his church thinks he has a wife. David also tells Glenna about Christ and salvation.
David has a past of his own to tell Glenna about. Good story.
This is such a heart warming story.
Ernie Snyder has a boat and works bringing coal on his boat along the canal. He is raising is children on his own being his wife died.
Judith King is the new schoolmarm. When she meets Ernie and his children in the general store she finds out that his children will start school in a month or so when the weather is too cold for them to be using the canal.
Ernie is attracted to the teacher but feels she could never care for someone like him who only finished the 4th grade. Judith feels unattractive. She is taller then most women and she has one blue and one brown eye.
We see Ernie struggling through the book to even talk to the "purty" teacher and is shyness is endearing.
Dan's wife Darcy died of leukemia two years ago. Bev's husband died while at war four years ago. They bumped into each other at Bev's work while he was there. He noticed the woman had been crying.
Bev has just lost her job to a returning soldier who held the position before her. She sees a help wanted in the paper for Twice Loved. Darcy had started the store for the children during the war. They gave away toys and helped the families. When Bev applies it takes them a bit to recognize each other from their quick meeting.
Dan is taken with Bev's six year old daughter, Amy. Darcy and him had never had children. As the two of them grow closer they keep trying to put distance between them as the memories of their late spouses are still there.
Another great story and wonderful characters.
Glenna Moore has gotten used to watching over her father in his drunken stupors. When he is caught cheating in a card game, they must board a train and escape those who are after him. She meets a young preacher who could change her life.
Judith King believes no one could possibly love her because of her flaw. Read how her self esteem rises up as she falls in love with the father of one of her students. Will that love be returned?
Widow Bev Winters obtains a much needed position in a toy shop, she is thinking of nothing but providing for her young daughter. The toy shop's owner is a widower with love being the last thing on his mind. See how the Lord brings happiness to their lives.
I recommend this book if you're a romance reader! I give it 4 stars.
I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.
In each story, each woman has her own loss of love. But each of their stories are different -- a woman who can't believe God can love her with her background -- a woman who thinks she's not pretty enough to be loved -- a woman not ready to be loved again. Each woman has her own strengths and her own vulnerabilities. I learned something from each woman and from wouldn't mind meeting them again someday. Thank you Wanda!
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