All of her life, Grace Bidwell has longed for a loving husband and children, but now the chances of her dreams coming true are looking slim. Widowed and caring for her elderly father, she struggles to maintain her late husband's ranch, until she places an ad for a hired hand.
arrives in town with three pitiful, bedraggled children who have nothing
but the tattered clothes on their backs and a load of hurt, pride, and
anger. Believing this is divine intervention in her life, Grace welcomes
them with open arms. As feelings grow between her and Robert, Grace
will have to convince him that she is a woman who can be trusted with
Readers will be swept away into 1860s Montana's lush
Gallatin Valley, nestled among towering mountains and proud pines, in
this emotional conclusion to the Virtues and Vices of the Old West
About The Author
This is one of those books that once the last page is turned you want to
keep on going, and the title “Trusting Grace”, I wonder if it was Grace
who needed to trust, or was it Robert.
Both have know love and lost
them to death, and both are in the need of desperate help, one with work
and children and the other is running a farm by herself. I can’t even
imagine how these folks were living.
She needs him to help her, and
in the end he needs her to help him, will these two get their act
together and find the right road to one another. Or will the new lawyer
in town who wants to court her win her over, and then all will be gone,
including the farm.
You are going to fall in love with the beautiful
Montana valley, and living in the real old west. It is going to warm
your heart when you see how Grace moves into a mothering roll with the
children, and how they need her.
There is even another surprise
romance, and with that comes a hope of a healthier life. The only bad
part of the book was, I wanted more!
I received this book through Revell’s Book Blogger Tour, and was not required to give a positive review.