Monday, 3 April 2017

Through the Mist by Liz Isaacson

Released: April 3, 2017
225 pages
Series: Gold Valley Romance # 3
About the Book:

Can Landon and Megan use prayer and faith to find their happily ever after?

Landon Edmunds has been a cowboy since birth, even winning in the rodeo for several years before an injury ended his career. He returned to his hometown of Gold Valley, where he works at Horseshoe Home Ranch as a cowhand, but now he's looking for something of his own. He's thinking of buying a horse ranch and training horses for the rodeo, but when an old high school friend returns to Gold Valley, he turns to construction instead.

The preacher's daughter, Megan Palmer needs a helping (cow)hand to get her father's church in good repair so he can retire. Megan and Landon work well together, and as sparks fly, she’s sure God brought her back to Gold Valley so she could find her happily ever after--if only Landon wasn't looking to leave town.

Through serious discussion and prayer, can Landon and Megan find their future together?

My Rating & Thoughts:   🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 (4 stars)

I had a hard time putting this one down. I was drawn to the characters immediately. Both Megan and Landon have been hurt in past relationship and are leery about beginning a new one especially when it seems that Landon is probably going to be moving away soon. But they are drawn to each other and decide to take the risk. At first everything seems to be going smoothly, Landon even says to Jace that it has been easy, but then trouble arises. Doubts and fear enter, and they become torn between what their heart is telling them and where God is leading them. Do they have enough faith to follow God’s leading? Can the relationship survive? I really enjoyed this one and enjoyed the inclusion of characters from previous books. This was a sweet romantic story and left me with a happy heart.
 
(I received an ARC of this book from the author; opinions expressed in this review are my honest opinion and completely my own.)
 

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