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In addition to the fabulous writing, this book moved me with its prominent themes of prejudice, compassion, and faith. Within this novel, the ugliness of racism, ignorance, and fear contrasts sharply with the restorative power of compassion and grace. Even in the face of opposition, those with kind hearts remain generous and faithful depriving prejudice of its power.
I was also surprised and delighted by the prominence the author gave to a strong, female character, named Samantha. Samantha consistently chooses acts of compassion and service rather than submitting to cultural expectations and family obligations. Her sincere desire to do the right thing more than to do the expected thing was inspiring.
Within this book, there were several significant scenes of clean, vulnerable, and passionate romance. More than being simply fun to read, the romantic moments in this book also served an important role in the story fostering the emotional and spiritual development of the characters as they grappled with their own motives, desires, insecurities, expectations, and fears.
Three Words and a Kiss is a wonderful piece of historical fiction. It is rich with relevant themes and thought-provoking ideas. It is romantic, emotionally stirring, faith-filled, and ultimately uplifting. It is a novel that I will long remember for the lasting impact that it has had on my thoughts and upon my heart. This novel was engaging, meaningful, and a pleasure to read. I recommend it wholeheartedly.
Investing in a small Pine Creek, Washington smithy, Samantha determines to earn enough income to support her ethnically diverse friends back home. Her unique spontaneity brings her face-to-face with Cameron Wallace, whose own dreams include owning the blacksmith shop, where he serves the close-knit community as a talented metal worker, and part-time pastor.
Never in his wildest dreams did Cam think that a woman like Samantha Klein, "emotionally erratic, also kind, though naïve", could be part of a divine plan for his life. Her determination to watch his every move undoes all the tight seams that Cam has carefully sewn around his self-control. "He didn't do well with complicated", and yet the giddy blacksmith wannabe had successfully wormed her way into his every thought.
As you laugh, and possibly cry, over Samantha's journey to the cross, and Cam's misguided sense of an abundant life, enjoy page after page of deep, inspirational truth displayed within two individuals whose writer completely understands the height, breadth, and depth of God's intimate love for his creation, for sometimes He "surprises us with his whispers".
I received a copy of this book from the author. The opinions expressed are entirely my own.
I liked Cam and his mini sermons a lot. I also really admired his work ethic and generosity too.
There were a lot of characters to keep up with in this book, but overall I enjoyed my return to the series.