Love Without End by Robin Lee Hatcher
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Love Without End is a story of hope and the belief that love can still truly exist.
Kimberly Welch lost her husband to a heart attack. In the blink of an eye, he was gone. Now slowly, day to day, she feels as if she's losing her daughter as well. In three years, Kimberly has gone from Seattle socialite to Kings Meadow charity, and her daughter isn't doing well with the changes.
Chet Leonard lost one of his sons in a car accident, and then his wife left him not long after. Abandoning him and their two other sons. He tries to keep his mind on the family ranch day to day just to get by, but the hurt still lives wild inside.
Then Chet is called to help Kimberly's daughter tame her horse, and everyone begins to get more than they bargained for. It really gets that way when Chet's Nana Anna shows up. Eighty-four, but you wouldn't know it, Anna sees the bloom of love between the two, and she's knows just what to do. Nana Anna has a certain magic, a magic that two single parents could really use. Magic, that creates the courage, to build something new from the ashes of tragedy.
I loved this book. It was hard for me to put down, once I got started. I identified with Chet and his hurt and I felt for Kimberly. I knew from the get, that these two should be together. It was just very apparent. It was an amazing story of love, forgiveness, and hope. A little of what this world needs.
*I recieved a complimentary copy of this book, from Book Look Bloggers, in exchange for my honest review and opinons.*
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