Monday, May 10, 2010

Review: A Surrendered Heart

I recently read A Surrendered Heart by Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller. This is the third and final book in the Broadmoor Legacy and the continuation of the story of Fanny, Sophie, and Amanda. The story revolves around Amanda's point of view as she is forced to decide between her family and her heart. The story is set once again in the thousand islands as the family flees to their summer home to escape a cholera epidemic. Filled with the charming elements of mystery, intrigue, and romance, this book promises to deliver.

Due to the continuation of character development, I found that this book was by far the most satisfying of the three. It ties together all the final strings of suspense threaded in the first two novels, and gives the reader a sense of finality. This book also had the greatest focus on faith as the family is forced to evaluate what it truly means to follow Christ. For a historical, Christian fiction: the details are accurate, the language is captivating and the narrative is one that is hard to put down. This book, like all in this series, is one that will add to any reading collection and I highly recommend the entire Broadmoor Legacy for anyone who enjoys Historical, Christian romance.

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**I received a free copy of this book through Baker Publishing Group.

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