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Product Details

  • Paperback: 295 pages
  • Publisher: Realms (October 5, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1616380233
  • ISBN-13: 978-1616380236
  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #928,151 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Andrea Kuhn Boeshaar is a certified Christian life coach and speaks at writers’ conferences and for women’s groups. She has taught workshops at such conferences as: Write-To-Publish; American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW); Oregon Christian Writers Conference; Mount Hermon Writers Conference and many local writers conferences. Another of Andrea’s accomplishments is co-founder of the American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) organization. For many years she served on both its Advisory Board and as its CEO.


More About the Author

Andrea Boeshaar has been married for over 30 years. She and her husband Daniel have 3 grown sons and 4 grandchildren.

Andrea has been writing stories and poems since she was a little girl; however, it wasn't until 1991, after she became a Christian, that she answered God's call to write exclusively for the Christian market. Since then Andrea has had more than 25 novels published as well as numerous novellas and nonfiction pieces.

Andrea served on the Advisory Board of ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers) and is one of the organization's cofounders. In addition to her own writing, Andrea is a certified life coach and helps writers organize, prioritize, set goals, and work toward publication. For more about Andrea, visit her web site at: http://www.andreaboeshaar.com


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I love the writing style of the author.
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I highly recommend this book to everyone who has read Unwilling Warrior- you won't want to miss all these fabulous books!
Molly
Even though this book is the second in the Seasons of Redemption series it can easily be read as a stand alone novel.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on October 14, 2010
Format: Paperback
Having read the Unwilling Warrior I was excited to read Uncertain Heart {Seasons of Redemption} Book Two by Andrea Boeshaar! I was not disappointed!
These are stand alone reads so one doesn't have to read book one to "get" book two.
In the Uncertain Heart we meet up with Sarah McCabe. Being young and of great courage Sarah wrestles with wanderlust. Like a lot of young ladies just.on.the.brink.of.womanhood, Sarah wants more that just what she has. She wants excitement, adventure and a true love. Who can blame her? For most young people have dreams and Sarah has a dream to be more and go to places away from her home state of Missouri.
Sarah takes the position of governess and this where Captain Brain Sinclair enters the picture . . . being "older" and very debonair he immediately grabs Sarah's attention but, of course, this was an easy endeavor for him since Sarah has fallen in love with the thought of luxury, culture and social privilege. She loves the children in her care but also enjoys the attentions and luxuries that surround her.
But then Sarah meets Richard Navis, Captain Sinclair's indentured servant on his vessel. Brian immediately recognizes the wonderful heart in Sarah. He also treats her as the beautiful, special lady that he know she is to become. Richard realizes that Sarah longs for more than he can give her, for Richard wants to be a farmer and his heart is in working the land.
However, circumstances beyond Sarah's control, cause Sarah's reputation to be questioned. Not a good thing to have a "bad" reputation in the 1800's. For a bad reputation usually meant that one could not get a good job or in a ladies case maybe not a husband. Sarah is heart broken for she loves working with the children.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michelle Sutton on September 4, 2011
Format: Paperback
There was something about this story that struck a chord with me. Not only was it charming and heart-warming, but it was deep when it came to answering the question... "What is love?" In some ways it reminded me of the family in "The Sound of Music," but the story went so much deeper than that. I loved the spiritual themes in the book and how it shows that we need to ask God to align our will for our lives with His will. It was a subtle point, but an important theme in the book.

I also loved how real the characters were and how complex the author made them. They weren't simplistic or stereotyped, but felt like they could be real people I'd know. I liked that a lot. The heroine was dazed by the captain and his image. I could see the temptation coming every time he got close to her. But I also felt her desire to resist him and to do the right thing, not to mention her shame at the notion that people thought more was going on than mere service as a governess.

The hero was a fantastic guy and a wonderful friend... until he allowed his thoughts to take a negative turn and jealousy to blind him. That was very well portrayed. Sheesh, I wanted her best friend to return as much as she did. That was a very touching scene and nearly brought tears to my eyes. I sensed her confusion, too, because of scriptures pertaining to love, including the most well known verse that states "love never fails." I understood how she felt like he'd failed her when he allowed jealousy to get in the way of his normal interactions with her. I can't say much more without spoiling some key points in the story, so I will leave it at that.

Uncertain Heart was a perfect title for this book. The author showed the deceitfulness of the human heart very well and it made me think about my own life.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Naomi D. Musch on December 7, 2010
Format: Paperback
If you enjoy sweet, take-me-away romances, then you'll enjoy Andrea Boeshaar's Uncertain Heart, a gentle love story set in post-civil war Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The setting in itself is a delightful change of scene from either Amish or prairie romances which, while engaging, flood the market. Bringing the heroine, Miss Sarah McCabe, to Wisconsin's largest city and a major Great Lakes shipping port, make it an interesting, yet rarely touched on setting in Inspirational fiction.
Another aspect to this was not that the city girl came to the country, but that the country girl came to the city. Sarah, a young woman with wanderlust, not only thought she knew what she wanted, but her desires came out of an indigenous desire to be part of something different than she knew growing up in Missouri.
Richard Navis and his employer, Captain Brian Sinclair know what they want too, and it's the deep, yet awkward relationships between these three, and their sharp contrast of desires, that make the interchange between them was often sharp and witty.
While the pacing of the story was not exceptionally fast, it did keep me intrigued. My curiosity piqued as to how Ms. Boeshaar would solve the characters' problems toward the end, and she kept me wondering right up to those last pages. She also left some clues pointing toward the next book in the series, clues that make me think the journey of this cast might not be completely over.
While I prefer a story with a bit more tension, I can whole-heartedly recommend Uncertain Heart to anyone wanting to settle in with a nice cup of tea while drifting away on the tide of a romantic story.
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