Carolyn Miller is an inspirational romance author who lives in the beautiful Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Australia with her husband and four children.
longtime lover of romance, especially that of Jane Austen and Georgette
Heyer’s Regency era, Carolyn holds a BA in English Literature, and
loves drawing readers into fictional worlds that show the truth of God’s
grace in our lives. She enjoys music, films, gardens, art, travel and
A longtime lover of Regency romance, Carolyn's novels have won a number of RWA and ACFW contests. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Australasian Christian Writers.
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I have read many books by this author, and this one does not disappoint. The title resonates in so many ways, and was quickly pulled into this page turning read.
A man who had it all, a brilliant military career, an estate/farm to come home to and a beautiful young woman to marry waiting for him, but alas life is not how it appears. Adam has sustained sever injuries, and his recovery is in jeopardy.
At nine and twenty Mary Bloomfield has resigned herself to being a spinster, and she loves working with her doctor father. She has a love of the Lord and a very kind heart, and some of the happenings she deals with so compassionately, will break your heart.
She does become a catalyst towards Adams healing, and you will love the banter between them.
I loved that the author brought us answers to many questions, and I had guessed wrong.
You don't want to miss this inspiring read, it will linger with you long after the cover is closed.
I received this book through Read With Audra and the Publisher Kregel, and was not required to give a positive review.