Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Trust My Heart

Trust My Heart
Carol J. Post
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 Grant is only in Murphy, NC long enough to sell his grandmother's property and return home. But Jami, an insistent reporter keeps popping up, hoping for an interview. Grant never knew his grandparents and certainly doesn't want to rehash old history or learn anything about them. They abandoned his late father and he can't forgive them for that. But the longer he stays the more Jami intrudes into his life and the more he learns that his life might be full of lies.

This was a light, sweet story that I read through quickly. It had elements of romance, some fun, quirky characters, a lot about faith and forgiveness, and a couple of contemplative thoughts. The characters, while not incredibly deep, were enjoyable to read about. The town setting was well described and fit well what I know about the town (I lived close to it years ago). I was a little frustrated with the immaturity of one of the characters, but sadly, there are people in the world like him. The elements of faith were deeply woven throughout the story, but didn't come off as preachy. Overall, this was a cute little book that I think a lot of people will enjoy.

I received a copy of this book from Litfuse. All opinions expressed are my own.

1 comment:

Carol Post said...

Thank you for the great review, Tima! I'm glad you enjoyed Trust My Heart.