30 April 2019

When He Found Me | Book Review


Love Discovered . . . Hope Renewed.

Once a strong Christian, third baseman Shane Riley lost his faith the night he injured his knee in a freak car accident. Determined to return to professional baseball and to find the sister he treated badly, Shane retreats to Refuge, Wyoming. There he meets Melissa June “MJ” Townsend, a single mom battling the virus that causes cervical cancer. 

MJ wants nothing to do with the handsome athlete—no doubt a womanizer considering the stories in the news. But when a mistake results in Shane renting her garage apartment, they become friends. That friendship blossoms into something deep and pure, leaving MJ with a painful secret to tell. Even more complicated, she discovers an unexpected tie to Shane’s missing sister—a wounded woman who wants nothing to do with the perfect brother who scorned her.

Release Date: March 18, 2019


Victoria Bylin’s latest novel, When He Found Me, delves into a range of difficult topics and handles them well—with a healthy dose of hope and faith, even when facing the natural consequences.

Told from multiple perspectives, the story brings characters like Melissa June “MJ” Townsend and Shane Riley into contact with one another in small-town Wyoming. They have their issues to handle and overcome, and as they do, the growth and understanding they develop proves inspiring.

Bylin puts plenty of heart and emotion into When He Found Me. The contemporary reader who enjoys inspirational fiction could easily enjoy this novel.

I received a complimentary copy of this book 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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