Friday, October 7, 2011

Review: Hearts Communion by Marianne Evans

Hearts Communion by Marianne Evans

Publisher: White Rose Publishing
Genre: Inspirational Romance

Heat Rating: 1



Jeremy "JB" Edwards dreams of one thing: Having a loving wife and children of his own. Not a surprising ambition, since he was raised at the heart of a large, tight-knit family.

Monica Kittelski spends her days at Sunny Horizons Daycare Center pouring her heart and faith into other people's children. But Monica harbors one impossible dream: Having children of her own someday.

JB and Monica seem the perfect match, but what will come of their electric, sassy relationship when Jeremy learns of Monica's infertility?

Hopes and reality collide when they must confront the idea of finding God's plan and following His will when a dearest hope is destined to remain unfulfilled.

Can these two loving, passionate hearts survive a communion of dreams and reality?

Clare's Review

The third in the Woodland Series, Heart’s Communion tells the story of JB and Monica. JB, from book one, comes from a large family and wants nothing more than to leave his business to his kids. Monica, on the other hand, knows a family is not on the cards and throws herself into running her daycare centre and ballet school and pouring her love on those children in her care.

Dealing with the hard hitting issue of infertility, Ms. Evans has penned a novel that doesn’t hold back the punches. Affecting a vast number of couples, yet never spoken about, infertility has rocked Monica to the core. How can she follow God’s plan and yet fulfill her own ambition and keep the man she’s fallen for?

Not to be missed, this book keeps you reading, smiling and crying til the last page.

4 1/2 Tea Cups!

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1 comment:

Marianne Evans said...

Thanks so much for the lovely review of Hearts Communion, Clare! I deeply appreciate it! Please keep up the great work at HEA Reviews!! God bless ~ Marianne


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