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Stories for His Glory

Mulberry Hollow by Denise Hunter April 21, 2022

Filed under: Book Reviews — Melissa Finnegan @ 3:10 pm
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Living life to the fullest always requires sacrifice.

Avery Robinson decided to be a physician after helplessly watching her mother lose a battle with a terrible disease. Now at risk of developing the same illness, Avery guards her heart from love. She’s driven to protect her loved ones as a workaholic doctor in the tiny mountain town of Riverbend Gap, North Carolina.

Contractor Wes Garrett is hiking the Appalachian trail, in memory of the man who died saving his life, when an illness racks his body. After an agonizing fifteen-mile hike to Avery’s clinic, he collapses on her doorstep. He recovers to find himself in debt again, this time to a beautiful doctor.

When he decides to help her renovate a rundown carriage house, the obstacles to their attraction sprout like weeds—starting with the woman waiting for Wes at the end of the trail. Will he be able to relinquish the debt he owes his best friend? And will Avery find the courage to risk everything for love?

The second book in Denise Hunter’s popular Riverbend Romance series explores what it might be like to live fearlessly and free.

My thoughts:

Denise knows how to write a good romance and this one definitely was. She made Wes a wonderful hero and will make your heart ache with wanting him and Avery to find their way to each other.

But how will that happen? Wes is under a guilt trip that is taking him in the wrong direction. When and how would he wake up to what he really should be doing?

Avery has a made vow that makes a future with Wes seem impossible, even though she wants one.

If these questions make you want to read the book and you want to find the answers give this book a read and see what happens.

Visit Denise here.

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

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

 

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