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- Listening Length: 14 hours
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Recorded Books
- Audible.com Release Date: June 15, 2007
- Language: English
- ASIN: B000SAGYQQ
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Annabelle, who was a minor character in the first book, is now the main character in this book. This book starts out with her becoming a widow. She was not married in the last book, so we learn bits and pieces of her story as we read. Her husband has a ranch in Idaho that she is going to go to in order to get away from Fountain Creek. She puts out an advertisement to get a driver to accompany her along the way, and her husband's brother responds, not knowing she is the widow, nor knowing his brother has even died.
Matthew Taylor, who was also a minor character from the last book, does not like Annabelle one bit and knows that she worked in the local brothel. He is so angry that his brother would marry such a woman. She must have only married him to get out of that brothel but she probably has continued her harlot ways. When he sees Annabelle needs to go to Idaho, he is too desperate for money to refuse.
Another portion of this story involves Annabelle longing to rescue a young girl she knew from the brothel she worked at. She wants to get her out and help her, but has no idea where she has been sent to. Her goal is to have her live with her on her new homestead. She doesn't know how to tell this to Matthew though, because why would he even care?
I enjoyed this story. It was definitely about seeing how people can grow, change, and forgive. It was a historic Christian fiction story that had problems that weren't always so easy to solve. There were times though in reading this that I think the author expect us to figure out what happened, as there are slight gaps here and there.
Great storyline that you won't want to put down once you've started, terrifically built characters with human flaws, struggles and misgivings, wonderfully written and highly entertaining...love the added sense of humor. Best of all.. is the writers love of Christ and familiarity with biblical scripture. I am so grateful to have stumbled upon this author, I can't wait to get lost in another one of her novels.
The subject matter was a bit touchee, but it worked very well. I didn't like Matthew at first, but he grew on me. Though it was hard to believe how quickly his distaste turned to acceptance, by the end I was happy. I wasn't completely satisfied by the ending though...
It was a good book, though I did enjoy the first better. It had plenty of adventure in it, which always makes a book more interesting. There were many times when I found myself not wanting to turn off the Kindle...