30 September 2014

Love Finds Faith by Martha Rogers

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Why can’t people see what is on the inside?
Hannah Dyer has just moved to Texas to help her brother-in-law in his medical practice. Despite her handicap of having one leg much shorter than the other, she is a great nurse whose skills help make the practice the most successful in the area.
When Micah Gordon returns home after some shady escapades, his father hopes he will settle down to ranch life. Hannah is smitten by his good looks and roguish ways, but because of her leg, she has no hopes of attracting his attention.
After Micah suffers a tragic loss, he loses his faith and almost loses his ranch. Can Hannah’s care and staunch faith help him on the road to recovery with a new hope, new faith, and a new love?

Martha Rogers, with Love Finds Faith, offers another sweet, historical story. This one begins several years after Love Stays True, the first novel in the Homeward Journey series, and follows Sally’s younger sister, Hannah Dyer, and the characters she encounters upon moving to Texas. I definitely liked this second novel even better than the previous one, as it had more action and dimensional characters – and the nice added peeks at the married life of Sally and Manfred Whiteman. A classic story of a prodigal returning home and finding faith, family and love, Love Finds Faith is sweet and heartwarming, though, at times, of course, frustrating. Many challenges and obstacles stand in the way of love, and a few of the characters do take their time in learning the necessary lessons. Still, I enjoyed Rogers’ Love Finds Faith and recommend it to readers who either enjoyed the first novel, like me, or are looking for an enjoyable historical romance. When I have the chance, I know I’ll be picking up the next book, Love Never Fails, of this delightful series by Martha Rogers.

Thanks to Booketeria, I received a copy of Love Finds Faith and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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