Mmm, mmm, mmm! What is the best way to describe rugged manliness? Two words: Jericho Tucker, baby! OK, that's three words.
Book rating: Best of the Best
Let me tell you about my love affair with this book. When I read it the first time I only liked it. I read this directly after I finished To Win Her Heart. I wasn’t sure if I liked the leading man in this one, since I had been so madly in love with Levi Grant. But, something made me want to give it another try, and boy am I glad I did! I love this book (and JT) just as much!
Hannah Richards, the leading gal, is completely wonderful. She is a talented dressmaker who believes that God has lead her to this little Texas town to start a successful business. She is confused by the good-looking livery owner who is both kind and cold to her. When Hannah decides to play match-maker with Cordelia, JT’s sister, things begin to take shape, and unravel all at the same time.
Hannah is a truly delightful character who’s faith and kindheartedness are a joy to read. This is one of those books that really help me when I need an uplifting escape from the hard realities of life.
Their relationship is so sweet and romantic—which is made even greater by the tension that they go through as their relationship develops.
I loved the unique spiritual message in this book. So many books focus on forgiveness, etc—and that’s all well and good, but this was so different—just makes me wanna eat it all up! But you'll just have to read it yourself to find out what that message is, little darlin'.