Journey to New Heights

Journey to New Heights
We need a heart for the lost

Friday, January 16, 2015

Conveniently Wed by Angel Moore

My book review today is on the Love Inspired Historical, Conveniently Wed. This book is written by Angel Moore, I don't think I have ever read any of her books before but I truly enjoyed this one. I love marriage of convenience books. I had a loveless marriage and I love to read books when it works out right. I'm not sure why I like them because there's nothing I could do for myself but I like to think maybe I could have changed things. Abuse is a terrible way to live but God is able to deliver us out of that. This book is well written and I loved her characters. I know you will enjoy this book.

Daisy Mosley is a recent widow with twin boys. Her husband was murdered during a horse robbery gone bad. Daisy and her husband had built a very productive cotton farm but now would she be able to keep her farm? The laws of Texas had changed recently saying a woman could own land but would this small town adhere to the new law?

Tucker Barlow had loved Daisy since she was a young teen. He watched her fall in love and then move away. With a broken heart he stayed with her father and helped him build a great ranch. Now his boss wants him to go and marry Daisy so that she doesn't loose everything. Tucker leaves immediately convinced his heart of stone is not repairable and he can help her. Once they are married he finds out how alive and strong his heart really is but he knows people who loved deeply don't love again.

A great journey of trust, forgiveness and love. A great read.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for this lovely review of Conveniently Wed, my debut book. I'm so glad you enjoyed it. I've always liked to read marriage of convenience stories, too.