Genesis 5020

My Story for His Glory

Never Past Hope by Janine Mendenhall January 31, 2019

Filed under: Book Reviews,Uncategorized — Melissa Finnegan @ 4:18 pm
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About:

Miss Mary Hope Adsley always considered herself to be the sensible one. But now, her sensibilities are unraveling around a man she thought she knew. After he attempted to marry her best friend—for money, no less—authorities charge Sir Steven Likebridge with masquerading as a gentleman and abduction. With his execution days away, Mary Hope desperately seeks to learn the truth about the man she loves.

Will the truth turn out to be worse than his lies?

Written for the General Market (G) (I): Contains little or no; sexual dialogue or situations, violence, or strong language. May also contain some content of an inspirational/religious nature. Similar romance novels in this genre may be categorized as: christian romance, inspirational romance, christian fiction, and clean, wholesome romance.

Read my review of the first bookStarving Hearts, here. 

My thoughts:

I love that this book opens with the scripture where Jesus reminds us that the sick are those that need a doctor, not the well.

If you have read the first book (which I did) you know the Steven Likebridge is not a good man…or is he? There were a few brief moments in Starving Hearts where you see his brokenness and wonder if there is something more to him.

I will say Mary Hope’s obsession with him seems a bit unbelievable as they only had a couple of encounters in their life time. But I suspended disbelief and went with it.

More mystery is added in this book as well as the romance.

Overall, I really did enjoy this second book. I will say I think you will appreciate this book more if you have read the first.

Visit Janine here.

Grab our copy at your local bookstore, Amazon, Barnes and Noble or your favorite retailer.

A copy of this book was given to me through Prism Book Tour. All opinions are my own. 

 

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