Journey to New Heights

Journey to New Heights
We need a heart for the lost

Friday, April 10, 2015

Accidental Fiancee by Mary Moore

My book review today is on the Love Inspired Historical, Accidental Fiancee. I loved this book. I've always loved the marriage of convenience stories and this is a close example. I loved the way Mary uses her faith throughout the story. How difficult it would be to be thrown into an engagement to a man you don't know, a man that goes against everything you believe in, basically living a lie. The story is well written, full of complex characters, and tense situations. You will love this book.

Lady Grace Endicott is traveling to London to chaperone her young, beautiful sister to come out in the upcoming season. As they rest at an inn Grace overhears a conversation about how a young woman was going to trick Lord Weston into a comprising situation and force him to marry her. Grace doesn't know this rake but is determined to save him from this woman's clutches but in doing so find herself in a comprising situation. The Lord tells everyone they are engaged and so the story begins.

Lord Weston, Brandon Roth does what he thinks is right. A short engagement will save this woman's reputation and also help get him through the season without the troublesome mothers of the ton throwing their daughters at him. He soon realizes that Grace is unlike any woman he has ever known and finds himself wanting to continue the engagement. Does her faith in God has anything to do with the woman she has become?

A journey of discovery of two flawed, brokenhearted people drawn together by God's  perfect plan. God always has a plan for us, sometimes discovering that plan can be difficult and painful but it is always worth the journey.

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