Becky Patterson escapes the stifling life at her father's parsonage for an exciting life as a mail-order bride...only to learn her potential groom is part-time preacher Jake Underwood. Her dreams of working alongside Jake in his store stall when an itinerant preacher wants to ordain Jake as pastor of the growing church. Will Becky accept God's calling on her life - or will she reject Jake's love and the future God has planned for them?
I listened to the audiobook version.
I’m not particularly fond of the narration. Several sentences seemed to pause during the sentence like she thought it was complete, and then she’d finish. Also she chose almost yelling voices for a few characters.
I enjoyed the story though. The main issue the couple worked to conquer didn’t seem as big of a deal as the author made it out to be in my opinion but I still enjoyed it.
Any additional comments?
This is a good Mail Order Bride and Christian Historical Romance.
Both, The story and characters are well written.
I do not want to give too much away accept to say that I enjoyed the book.
Barbara Nevins Taylor did well with the narration.
"This audio book was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review."