Choices of the Heart - Reviewed

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Book Blurb:

She thought she had left her old life behind . . .
Esther Cherrett comes from a proud line of midwives and was trained by her mother to take over the family calling. When a terrible scandal threatens all she holds dear, Esther flees, taking a position as a teacher in the wild western mountains of Virginia. But instead of the refuge she was seeking, Esther finds herself in the midst of a deadly family feud-and courted by two men on opposite sides of the conflict. All she wants is to run away again.
Yet could it be that her past holds the key to reconciliation-and love?
In this gripping story of trust, deception, and bittersweet loss, you’ll discover the true meaning of choices of the heart.

My Thoughts:

Esther is trained midwife, and comes from a long line of midwives, who is suppose to take over where her mother left off. Esther leaves, rather flees, the seaside area where she and her parents live because she has been taunted over her looks. Even after she tells them about the notes, and letters, she goes against her father and answers an ad to teach in the Appalachian mountains of Virginia. Instead of getting solace she finds herself smack dab in the middle of a family feud, between two cousins, who both want to have her. It all boils down to the choices of the heart.  What will her choice be? What is your heart's choice?
I guarantee this book will have you turning pages faster than you can breathe, and keep you up later than you should be. Highly recommended!

*Available January 2013 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.*

Diane Estrella's Meet & Greet

Tomorrow, tomorrow . . . I will be on Diane Estrella's blog feature Meet & Greet. I usually do the featuring,

with authors. I haven't interviewed many bloggers, and I was quite surprised at her asking. Diane and I met

on Melanie Dickerson's page when we were discussing The Fairest Beauty, Melanie's newest release. She

offered to send me her advanced reader's copy of the book as soon as she finished with the book, and in

exchange I was going to send her some Amish books for her Aunt.

For me that is what is really neat about the blogging community, especially with in the reviewing and

influencing community. There is such a kinship, and willing to do things for each other. It's really like no other

that I have been apart of.

You can see my interview here

Please say HI, and look around her blog. She is a very sweet blogger.

Have a wonderful Monday!
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