|A Daughter’s Dream |
by Shelley Shepard Gray
considered a standalone novel. Although I would recommend reading A Son’s Vow, book one, because it is a good story. Her characters are so easy to get to know and I enjoy her use of pets to add a little humor. Visit Shelley Shepard Gray here.
In A Daughter’s Dream, Rebecca Kinsinger has always worked at her family’s lumber mill. She decides she wants to pursue her dream of teaching. She ends up with unexpected results. One comes in the form of newcomer Jacob Yoder whom she meets at school. Jacob is struggling with his new job and caring for his orphaned niece Lily, who is having her own issues at school. Also, the current school teacher Rachel Mast finds out news that puts a strain on her marriage. It seems no one’s lives are turning out as they had thought. But God has great plans for His children, even better than they ever dreamed. The bible says “A person plans his way, but the Lord directs his steps” from Proverbs 16:9.
I was excited to return to Charm and catch up the characters that I enjoyed reading about in the first book of the series. Shelley Shepard Gray’s style of writing is easy to read. I never have to read a sentence twice to figure out what she is saying. Her writing is straight forward with a dose of sweet romance and faith in God. If you are looking for a good read, I would recommend A Daughter’s Dream. I received a free copy of this book from Litfuse Publicity in exchange for my honest review.
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