I read a bunch of Robin Lee Hatcher’s books a while ago then stopped because the themes did not interest me. There are so many Christian Fiction books flooding the market right now that I can be very selective. If not for that, I would have read more of her books. Recently I received When Love Blooms for review and I enjoyed it. It was a pleasant, easy read. Even though I knew what was going to happen I enjoyed reading about Rachel at a pivotal point in her life.
Here’s a description not written by me:
Rachel Harris takes a job as a governess to two young girls in the remote Stanley Basin of Idaho, unaware that the girls’ mother, Dru, is dying and has chosen Rachel to help ease their sorrow when she dies. Gavin Blake married Dru, a widow, so that her daughters would have a secure future and safe home.
Although he and Dru have a marriage of convenience, Gavin is surprised to find himself attracted to Rachel. He has a serious distrust of all women and thinks that Rachel will never be able to trade her high society ways for the hard work of the ranch. Rachel, feeling guilty for her attraction to another woman’s husband, does her best to keep her distance…going so far as to deliberately make Gavin think she is not suited for the ranch life and is , in fact, in love with a rich landowner. But Dru is carefully setting the stage for Gavin to find true love and to secure a loving home for her children.
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