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This isn't usually my genre for reading as I haven't enjoyed Christian Romance novels in the past as they seemed to be cookie cutter bubblegum stories, different names of characters but everything the story plot, setting, issues were all the same...NOT THIS BOOK. Christa MacDonald in her story has 2 main characters middle aged with "broken" pasts and some faith, reliance on God issues to work out. They aren't perfect, but they are strong both in personalities and their Faith. I love how the author showed honesty of the characters with their issues with God, faith, and humans and that "Broken Trail' is the trail that leads to stronger faith, healing, and restoration.
I am a "Mainah in Exile" but Maine will always be my home, and Christa portrayed not only New Englandah personalities to a T, but she portrayed small town in Maine perfectly. Sweet River isn't a perfect town, people gossip, but people also band together when one of theirs needs help. Christa brought me back home with Sweet River and the tale she tells. I am looking forward to her next 2 books in this series and traveling with her characters on their journey in Sweet River Redemption.
I loved everything about this sweet romance. Katherine Grant comes to town to check out irregularities in a small Christian school. Captain MacAlister is the by-the-book, terse policeman who rarely cracks a smile. While these characters get major attention, no characters fall flat. From Greg, a board member, to Pete, a helpful old man who befriends Kate, to Erin, to Stephanie;all are very realistic and human, interacting in different roles, yet coming together to weave a wonderful, tender, and tense tale.
Forgiveness, trust, and letting go of the tendency to own another's sins are thoughtfully examined. My heart is full after reading this book. I am excited that another will be following!
Dr. Katherine Grant, (Captain) Mac(Alister), and Pete Coleman are well developed. Pete is such an endearing character and is my favorite. This is an easy, enjoyable, and captivating read!