Publisher: White Rose Publishing
Length: 53,840 words
Category: Contemporary Drama
Purchase Link: Purchase Link for Hearts Communion
The one thing Jeremy Edwards dreams of is getting married and having a family of his own. He has strong ties to his own close-knit family.
Monica Kittelski runs a daycare and pours her heart out every day into the lives of other people’s children. She wonders if one day she will have children of her own to love and care for.
Jeremy and Monica meet and their attraction is intense, but once Jeremy learns of Monica’s infertility, can they overcome that unthinkable hurdle and find love despite their situation?
Hearts Communion is the third book in the Woodland Series by Marianne Evans. I did not read the first two books in this series, but after reading Book three, I have added Book one and Book two to my TBR list. This first thing about Ms. Evans’ writing that caught my attention is the depth to her story telling ability. Once I started reading, I did not want to put the book down. The characters were captivating and I related so well to Monica’s story. Ms. Evan’s depiction of this struggle with infertility and the raw emotions involved were so true to life. She did not miss the mark on this one.
The second thing that kept me reading was the fiery chemistry between Jeremy and Monica. Their romance sizzled, but seemed grounded in reality as well. It tested the boundaries of true love and the possibilities of following the leading of your heart regardless of heart-wrenching circumstances. I love inspirational stories that show characters’ struggles with real life issues and how they connect with God and learn to trust in His plan for their lives. Ms. Evan’s depiction of that faith journey did not disappoint.
Hearts Communion is a novel of outstanding fiction. I highly recommend this book and I look forward to reading the rest of Ms. Evan’s Woodland Series and her future books.
My Rating (Hearts Communion): 5 Stars—Outstanding Fiction
5 Stars--Outstanding Fiction: Rivals my love affair with the classics of Jane Austen
4 Stars--Top Notch Fiction: Highly recommend you read this book and watch this author
3 Stars--Ordinary Fiction: Not earth shattering revelation of greatness, but worth reading
2 Stars--Disappointing Fiction: Hoped for more and you won’t find this book fulfilling
1 Star--Not-so-good Fiction: Difficult to keep reading; you won’t want to read it either
(Disclaimer: I reserve the right not to post reviews with a rating below 3 Stars)
A gratis copy of this book was sent to this reviewer by the author / or publisher in exchange for an impartial evaluation.