Trusting Grace by Maggie Brendan review

Trusting Grace by Maggie Brendan review

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With a farm to run, can a widow possibly hope for new love?

All of her life, Grace Bidwell has longed for children, but now the chances of her dreams coming true are looking slim. Widowed and caring for her elderly father, she struggles to maintain her late husband’s farm until she places an ad for a hired hand.

Robert Frasier arrives in town with three pitiful, bedraggled children who have nothing but the tattered clothes on their backs and a load of hurt, pride, and anger. Believing this is divine intervention in her life, Grace welcomes them with open arms. As feelings grow between her and Robert, Grace will have to convince him that she is a woman who can be trusted with his heart.

Get swept away into Montana’s lush Gallatin Valley, nestled among towering mountains and proud pines, in this emotional story.

My review:

In some ways this book felt a little bit like many other historical romance books that we find so fun and charming. Grace and Robert the two main characters go through hardships previously and both have to work through those feelings and learn to trust again in order to open their hearts to one another.

I enjoyed this book but I felt like it was very similar to many other books of this genre. Man and Woman are thrown together by the circumstances in life and learn to put their past hurts behind in order to have a future together. The woman finds herself in trouble and the man comes to her rescue. At that time they declare their love and go on to live happily ever after.

I never get tired of stories like this but I’m ready for some more meat. I want something deeper. That said, its a great weekend or beach read. It won’t take long and you will enjoy it.

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