Thursday, August 4, 2016

A Heart Most Certain

A Heart Most Certain
Melissa Jagears
 Lydia knows what it is like to be poor and embarrassed by the actions of a family member. So she joins the Moral Society of her church. When the leader, her future mother-in-law, tasks her with getting money from the stingiest man in town. If she can get the money than she'll be considered worthy and a the type of wife that Sebastian needs for his political career. But Nicholas isn't really stingy. He just prefers to do his charity work anonymously and under his own terms. So he agrees to a wager of sorts with Lydia in hopes of showing her his side of things. Neither one gets exactly what they bargained for.

I've enjoyed all of the books by this author so far. But this one is my new favorite. I loved the uniqueness of the characters, the bit of drama/suspense that was thrown in at the end, the beautiful pictures she painted, and the strong faith of the main characters. The story is definitely entertaining and I had fun reading it, but it also had some deeper elements that made me think about charity, Christian giving, and faith. The female character was devoted to her mother and showed a Christian love that was willing to sacrifice personal wants for others. The well written plot and detailed descriptions brought the story to life. This book would be enjoyed by someone who enjoys clean romance, deeper issues, a little bit of drama, and fun, historical characters. Overall, this was a wonderful book that I really enjoyed and I am looking forward to the next book by this author.

I received this book free of charge in exchange for my honest review.

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