Is from the Love Inspired imprint translation Christian romance God plays a really big part in this book He gets mentioned at least nce a page either directly plays a really big part in this book He gets mentioned at least Satire once a page either directly indirectly As someone who doesn t spend a lotf time thinking about in any serious way Deflower the Boss or talking to God withr without a capital letter this made me a little uncomfortable and alloyed my pleasure in the actual human characters and their story than a little bitThe heroine Molly suffers from a crippling guilt and fear arising from a traumatic family event that keep her physically isolated from her community her church and her family The hero Ethan is new to town and has a checkered past a newfound faith and an infant daughter but no wife Hebrew magic amulets or girlfriend andh how the eyebrows waggle Unlikely circumstances not entirely unlike those in Snowbound throw Ethan and molly together for several days and in Molly together for several days and in artificial circumstances they discover a mutual attraction Molly s secret guilt and fear don t stay secret for long they are the barrier between her and happiness after all Well they and the distance she s put between her and her family but for ne aunt the people at her church and by extension her God Ethan s faith is no less solid for being so new and through a combination f love and trust in him and a completely deus ex machina
event that cures her fear and magically ends the estrangement with her sister Molly learns to trust again that cures her fear and magically ends the estrangement with her sister Molly learns to trust again herself and Ethan and God and love I d have been surprised to find any sex in this book and in fact there wasn t any Some passionate kissing and some allusions to Ethan s bad boy exploits in his Past comprise all the physical manifestations Being There of attraction Somef the writing especially in early chapters is a bit meh there s هذه بلادنا: الجواء overwriting and writing that could be tighter But generally the writing is pretty decent if as mentioned before a bit heavyn the God thing I wonder if the rest Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom of the Love Inspired line is eually emphaticn the importance f faith I suppose I ll find ut as there are a couple books in this line in the free book batch I got this book as a freebie n Kindle and had no idea before I started reading that it was an inspirational Christian romance Being the first book I ve ever read in that genre I didn t have much to compare it to but in general I wasn t a huge fan I did read the book in ne sitting which says something but I also skimmed a good part Witness to the Martyrdom: John Taylor's Personal Account of the Last Days of the Prophet Joseph Smith of it and had to check my skepticism at the doorThe writing just seemed elementary in comparison to the books I normally read Anver use f first name plus surname in the exposition poorly done third person mniscient narration and a glaringly bvious plotline were all annoyances that got in the way f what could have been a good story There was decent characterization but the stunning naivete f the characters was just too much for me Take your typical rogue turned good guy good Christian guy in this sense meets innocent maiden with baggage and throw in a huge heaping f Christian references and there s the book May work for some people but not my cup The War at Home: One Family's Fight Against PTSD of tea however I gave it two stars insteadf ne because I did finish it and even teared up a little near the end I m blaming pregnancy hormones n that ne I actually adored this book It had two f my favourite plot contrivances snowbound and single fathers I really like the idea f two people thrown together under unusual circumstances. His infant daughter while he delivered medicine to an elderly man during an ice storm Past experience had taught Molly how fragile life could be but she was touched by this stranger's faith in her abilities Once the storm had passed though and her guests returned home ,
I really love this book the book Is A Fast Read The Story Is a fast read The story is a single father who got Was On His Way To on his way to drugs for someone and was caught in a snowstorm he saw a house and decided to drop the daughter with a woman who has fear f babies because her niece died in her care a while back she refused at first but he pleaded that what he wants
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Building a relationship ut f being in such close contact with each ther It s idealistic and I ve no idea if it really does work ut so wonderfully for and I ve no idea if it really does work ut so wonderfully for in real life but it s definitely been the basis f some DIY, Dammit!: A Practical Guide to Curse-Free Crafting of my favourite romance novels including Montana Man by Barbara Delinsky Linda Goodnight s taken this plot was excellent and had the added bonus f featuring an adorable baby Ethan was the perfect beta hero caring sensitive a committed father and so much I m definitely becoming a fan f the way Love Inspired characterise their heroes While Molly and Ethan build up their friendship when stuck in the farmhouse during the snowstorm it s when they re back in the real world that their relationship really begins Molly who had hidden away after witnessing a horrific tragedy finds herself forced to integrate back into society and it becomes impossible for her to avoid Ethan and her growing attraction to him I m definitely a fan f slow paced romances where the characters gently get to know each ther rather than the Civil rights, tool of communist deception ones that zoom by fullf problems and Big Misunderstandings There was never a moment when I felt that Molly and Ethan s relationship was unrealistic I loved that both Molly and Ethan had histories and troubled pasts to deal with Ethan s was conventional but I was really impressed with the way that Molly s trauma was dealt with She was such an unusual yet truly endearing heroine I guessed uite early n what had happened to her but her road to healing was wonderful to readMy nly complaint would have to be that some Cutthroat of the references that Molly and Ethan made to God and Christianity felt a little bit forced I do like my characters to turn to God when they re in need butccasionally Love Inspired books put it across in a slightly unrealistic manner I m also not entirely sure if I m completely happy with the ending While I do love my books to have happy endings and be tied up in a nice pretty bow Molly s discussion with her sister felt a bit too perfect I ll have to give this a 910 as there are just a couple An Eastern Orthodox Response to Evangelical Claims of things that I m unsure about Other than that this was a lovely little romance that cheered me up in between a challenging book and coursework I ll definitely be looking for Love Inspired books from this author This was a sweet book that read like it was written by a middle aged Sunday school teacher NOT that there is anything wrong with that at all it s just not my style But since it was free I can t really complain I just absolutely loved this story From start to finish with many a heartfelt moment I truly did not set the story aside I mften skeptical about reading books with a religious tone to them The Claiming of the Shrew often feeling that things are just stuck in there rather than blending it in naturally I don t doubt that I m a hard criticdifficult to pleasen that end Summoned of things but that doesn t change how I feel when reading Notnce while reading this story did I feel like skimming r shaking my head with a sigh f resignation because things felt ff to me I totally loved this story and can t wait to read some books by this author Molly and Ethan will have a second chance in their lives if they learn to trust again Heart touching story I read this in early in the year From what I can remeber is that there a snowstorm and Ethan is looking for a place to have his daughter safe and sound until he can make it back after making his del. Ormalcy eluded Molly The Hunters' presence had brought much needed joy to her uiet world but their absence threatened to crush her forever Still was she ready to admit that this tiny family held the key to the future she'd always secretly cravedOriginally published in 20. ,