August 25, 2016
“A Heart Most Certain” by Melissa Jagears.
Have you ever felt alone?
Have you ever felt unlovable?
Have you ever felt unforgivable?
This book opens up a can of worms regarding the blinders that Lydia wore refusing to see the truth of being “Christ-like”. This story drew me in and what an eye opener to stop, think and learn the truths that God teaches both Lydia and Nicholas.
You will cheer for the underdog!
You will be challenged!
Amidst these pages you will find hope, love, forgiveness and family.
I received this book for my honest review.
About The Book:
While Lydia King's reasons for joining the Teaville Moral Society might be suspect to some members, her heart is in the right place. Because of her father's debts and her mother's persistent illness, her best chance at a secure future and curing her mother is to impress the politician courting her. Her first task--to ask the town's wealthiest man to donate--seems simple enough . . . until he refuses.
Despite appearances, Nicholas Lowe wants to help others, but prefers to keep his charity private. When Lydia proves persistent, they agree to a bargain, but Nicholas still intends to do things his own way. Neither predicts what they'll learn about true charity or foresee the complications their actions will bring to the town, forcing Lydia to decide where her beliefs and heart truly align.
Much to her introverted self's delight, Melissa Jagears hardly needs to leave her home to be a homeschooling mother and historical romance novelist. She doesn't have to leave her house to be a housekeeper either, but she's doubtful she meets the minimum qualifications to claim to be one in her official bio. Her passion is to help Christian believers mature in their faith and judge rightly. Find her online at www.melissajagears.com, Facebook, Pinterest, and Goodreads.