I loved this book. It started out sad, but showed the healing journey of both Clark and Marty. I loved the friendships in the book and how people worked together as a community. It has a good positive message, and is a book I will listen to again and again.
It seems this book was read in a constant read, and not edited. It was not pleasant listening to the reader swallow and seem to need a drink of water, as her mouth sounded gooey at times. She also seems to pause often to catch her breath. Her voice was much too old sounding for a story about a 21 year old. I loved the story line, but may have to think about the next book in the series. If it is the same reader, with similar reviews, I may decide to read it myself instead of listening.
not if the rest of her books are like this.
I tried to give this book a chance, but it was dull, momonotonus, and predictable--not much of a story.
Knowing that the man in the story would remain honorable throughout and abide by God's laws and his new wife's wishes.
When Marty realized she loved Clark.
Used a more youthful sounding voice because Marty is a very young woman.
Marty because you could sense her growing as person in many ways and her discovery that God does take care of her even when she thinks He's not. But I found Clark just as fascinating because he was steadfast in his word to Marty about the train back to her home and his desire to secure a mother for Missy.
I am now listening to part 2 of the story Love's Enduring Journey and I can't wait to find out what happens next.