Wednesday, December 22, 2010

"A Man's Heart"

A Man's Heart by Lori Copeland
Jules' life is crumbling quickly. Within a few short months (and the first several chapters) she loses her father, her best friend, and faces the possible failure of her family farm. To top it all off, her friend leaves Jules to raise her children with the one man Jules has always loved, but can't seem to commit to. Can they overcome the past to create a bright future...together?

While I am a huge fan of Lori Copeland's, this was not her best work. I enjoyed the story, but did have some issues with it. Jules' character was well-developed and relatable, but none of the others were. I would have liked more depth to Cruz beyond the hurt he feels from being left at the alter, twice. On the flip side, a lot of time was spent describing the farm and potatoes, when I would have preferred more information about the characters and their thoughts. That being said, this book did keep me up late reading and made me cry. The end result was a happy ending with the triumph of love and God's all-encompassing plan.
Thank you to Zondervan for sending me this book (
3.5/5 Stars

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