This review is from: Love Finds You in Miracle, Kentucky (Love finds you) (Paperback)
As Love Finds You in Miracle, Kentucky by Andrea Boeshaar begins, Meg Jorgenson is running from her past. Her destination? The small town of Miracle, Kentucky where her father and maternal grandmother live--a place she hopes will enable her to make a new start and get her life back in order after a failed relationship. She moves in with her wise, witty grandmother, gets a job teaching and sets to work sorting out the mess she's made of her life. Having strayed from the Lord, whom she accepted at her Grandmother's knee when she was a young girl, Meg is searching for what's important in life--faith, family and friends.
Enter Meg's wheelchair-bound third-grade student, Cammy Bayer, and her widowed father, Vance. Reeling from the death of his wife in an accident that injured Cammy and left him to raise his handicapped daughter on his own, Vance has felt overwhelmed and had little time for romance. Upon meeting Meg, the devoted father wonders if the Lord has another partner for him in the caring schoolteacher. But when they clash over Cammy's chance to walk again, their relationship is tested.
Boeshaar has written a warm, uplifting story that is a fast, fun read. Unlike many romances on the shelves today, the reader hears the story from four characters' viewpoints: Meg, her grandmother, Vance and Cammy, which makes for a unique presentation that, although surprising at first, worked for me. Boeshaar does a fine job of developing her characters. I rooted for Meg as she dealt with her past and for Vance as he learned to have hope for his future.
I would recommend Love Finds You in Miracle, Kentucky to readers who enjoy a sweet inspirational romance. The story is a heartwarming tale with lovable characters who learn that with God, all things are possible--miracles included.