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Sunday, March 6, 2016

The Hearts We Mend

Kathryn Springer has written a novel that will challenge the thinking of many Christian women. Evie is the women's ministry director at her church and she is always on the lookout for a way to reach out. But first, she has to get her son married off and get the garden walk off and running. While she was getting ready for the wedding, she met the fill-in custodian for the church--Jack Vale--and something sparks.

But there are a lot of hurting hearts that need a balm soothed over them--Jack's brother, Travis, is a drug addict, and he needs Jack to take care of his daughter, Lily; there are several people who just need a purpose; and Jack and Evie have no idea that God is leading them to a common purpose.

This is a sequel to The Dandelion Field that I reviewed here. Kathryn has continued her quality writing and developed some more characters to become the reader's friends. There are a lot of people to keep track of in this book, but it is not too hard. The major players are clearly defined and are completely developed. I loved this book and read it all at once. It is too hard to put down. Five Stars, Two Thumbs Up, and a garden walk to refresh your soul.

My thanks to Zondervan Publishing for allowing me to read and review this book.

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