Kiara's dream is to find someone who truly loves her for who she is, but she knows that will never happen because she's just not worthy. Ken Lucerne, pastor of Woodland Church, misses having love and companionship in his life since his wife died. Kiara and Ken share a strong connection but can it ever be more than that? Will she ever see him as more than a pastor? A mission trip just might answer that question...or will it??
Hearts Surrender was a beautiful and endearing love story! One I could not put down and won't soon forget! It played out like a beautiful song that starts off soft and quiet and ends in a perfect crescendo! The chemistry between Kiara and Ken was absolute magic. I loved watching them grow through the whole story. One thing that was of total enjoyment to me was seeing Davney and Collin again. How they inter-played in the story was simply delightful! This installment of the Woodland Series is one you won't want to miss!!! You can read Hearts Surrender as a stand along but I think it would be much more enjoyable to read Hearts Crossing first. Great job Marianne! Looking forward to Hearts Communion. A thank you goes to the author for providing this complementary copy for my review.
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