Kinley Stafford refuses to accept the new preacher’s credentials as a father because he claims to be a man of faith, not after she failed to protect a boy only months earlier from a dead-beat dad. And when the preacher’s little girl runs away, Kinley makes it her personal mission to expose whatever secrets Preacher Cline is hiding.
I have some mixed feelings about this book, so here is the lowdown.
What I liked:
-The small town feel, the way small towns rally around each other
- Cline. His life change, his willingness to put others before himself, his strength
- The build up in the story to a dramatic ending
What I didn't like:
- Kinley. She was meddlesome and a bit annoying. I'm not really sure what the draw was for Cline other than she was pretty
This is an inspirational fiction story. It is clean and is centered around a preacher so there is obviously talk about God and faith. I enjoyed the story well enough but it didn't really engage my emotions or leave me feeling excited in any way. It was gentle in nature.
- I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. All opinions expressed are my own.