Review of Home on the Range by Ruth Logan Herne

I really enjoy a sweet, wholesome romance with compelling characters and a believable story line. Home on the Range fits this description.

Review of Home on the Range, Christian fiction

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About the Book…

Nick Stafford doesn’t want to take his daughter to Dr. Elsa Andreas, the counselor suggested by her school principal. But her failing grades might mean that she’s held back a grade, and her attitude and bitterness are evident that her mother’s leaving of the family has taken a toll on her. Elsa wants to help Cheyenne and her little sister Dakota, but she’s battling her own fears over what she perceives as an ultimate failure.
Nick slowly begins to trust Elsa who earns the trust of his daughters. And the two begin a tentative relationship. But when Nick’s ex-wife turns up and the stories about Elsa’s past come to light, their relationship will be tested.

My Thoughts…

I loved this one! There are two other books in this series- about Nick’s two brothers- and I’m planning to look them up as well.
The characters are interesting and well-developed. I felt as if I got to know them well. The story line moves steadily and is believable. It kept me hooked and wanting to read more. There is sweet romance, but there is also an underlying message about the way God works in our lives and about moving past our struggles to find trust and love.
I can definitely recommend this one. I give it four stars and a PG rating for content. You can find Home on the Range on Amazon here.

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