Krysia Barciniak made a terrible mistake six years ago by giving herself to a man of sweet words and empty promises. As a result she became pregnant, and because of her age, gave her precious little girl up for adoption. Now she's a romance author but she has absolutely no notions of finding love for herself. She thinks of her daughter everyday as she wonders what her life is like, but knows she will never see her again. Then Connor Tiernay shows up in Harmony Village. He's the new museum curator but that's not his real reason for coming to Harmony. Connor is dealing with his own heartache after losing his wife and having to care for their daughter, Brenna, all on his own. She needs a mother. Connor makes a proposal to Krysia. One that she really can't refuse. But if Cupid Cat has his way, this just might be a match made in heaven.
Another wonderful installment to the Harmony Village series. This story dealt with some very serious issues but all from a Biblical perspective. Premarital sex, pregnancy, adoption, love, marriage and death were all a part of our tale. However, there were enough splashes of humor and fun to keep the story going. I really liked the fact that Connor and Krysia were not perfect but were trying to honor God in the way they behaved. God has a high-standard and expects His children to follow it. But He's also willing to forgive you of your mistakes as far as the east is from the west. Cupid Cat is always great with his uncanny match-making ability. You also get to see all the other Harmony Village residents that you've come to know in the previous books. The end of the book leaves you with Cupid Cats next victim...ahem client!!! Looking forward to that one! If you have enjoyed the other Harmony Village stories then you'll want to pick up this next installment. The Write Honor is book five in the series and one you could read as a stand alone but reading the previous books allows you see the history of the Cat's previous clients. (Looking for Love #1, A Matter of Faith #2, A Pocketful of Hope #3, On Wings of Trust #4 and The Write Honor #5). A thank you goes to the author for providing this complimentary copy for my honest review. Paperback: 272 pages Publisher: Cambridge Books (December 29, 2011) ISBN-10: 1613860382 ISBN-13: 978-1613860380
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