Tuesday, March 15, 2016

REVIEW: The Hearts We Mend by Kathryn Springer

About the Book

For young widow Evie Bennett, moving forward will mean deciding what to leave behind . . . and what to keep.

Widowed at the age of twenty-five when her firefighter husband was killed in the line of duty, Evie Bennett has spent the last thirteen years raising their son, Cody, in the close-knit community of Banister Falls. As the women’s ministry director of her church, Evie encourages women to boldly pursue God’s plan for their future . . . while she is content with her memories of the past. But Evie’s well-ordered life begins to change when she meets Jack Vale.

As Evie gets drawn into Jack’s world—a world that isn’t as safe and predictable as the one she’s worked so hard to create—he challenges her to open her eyes to the problems in the community . . . but will Evie open her heart to love again?

Because even though Jack isn’t anything like her late husband, he just might be everything she needs.

My Review

The Hearts We Mend is the second book in the Bannister Falls series, but my first Kathryn Springer novel. I feel like this one started where the last one left off so I probably should have read book one first, but that did not hinder me from enjoying the novel. The Hearts We Mend is the story of young widow Evie whose son Cody is now getting married and how Evie's life get oh so more complicated after she meets rough-around-the-edges and tattooed Jack.

This was a sweet romance filled with relatable, but flawed characters. I also loved how faith was truly the heart of the story. I give this story 3.5/4 stars.

Note::: I recieved this book from the publisher for free in exchange for my honest review.

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