Today’s book review features
Where Faith Belongs by Heidi Chiavaroli.
About the Book
Amie Martin feels passionate about many issues. Choosing to forgive her old boyfriend is not one of them . . .
Amie Martin has never been more ready to trade in her quaint seaside Maine hometown for a life of studying art in New York. But when old flame August Colton returns to Camden and proclaims his undying love, Amie is torn between her future plans and forgiving August’s secret past.
Fresh out of college, August is intent on helping the family business as an architect. He’s finally earned the respect of his brother and grandfather and he’s finally glimpsing a way out from beneath his past. But when August’s grandfather suffers a health crisis and the woman he loves shows interest in a wandering artist staying at the bed and breakfast, August wonders if he won’t be paying for his past mistakes for the rest of his life.
Can Amie and August find faith in each other again? More importantly, can they find a faith that heals the broken parts of their past?
Book 6 in The Orchard House Bed and Breakfast Series is a contemporary twist on the well-loved classic, Little Women. Readers will fall in love with the Martin family—Maggie, Josie, Lizzie, Bronson, Amie, and their mother Hannah—each trying to find their own way in the world and each discovering that love, home, and hope are closer than they appear.
Discover more about Heidi Chiavaroli at: heidichiavaroli.com.
I received a complimentary copy of this book.
I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC guidelines.
Where Faith Belongs is the sixth book in Heidi Chiavaroli’s Orchard House Bed and Breakfast series, contemporary romances based on Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women.
I have always loved Little Women, so I was excited about this series from the beginning and it has been amazing! I love how the author bases her characters on those from Alcott’s book. Where Faith Belongs is Amie’s story, based on Amy March. Amy is not my favorite of the March sisters, so I’ve been curious to see how the author crafted Amie.
This story … wow! I love August, always have, but this story! It’s amazing!! And Amie. Her journey. The whole story brought tears to my eyes so many times. Theirs is a winding road through many mistakes and pitfalls, but how they reach the finish … so good!
One of the things I love about this series, but especially this book, is how the author shows such real-life scenarios. She doesn’t shy away from tough circumstances—and August and Amie have some big ones. Things aren’t easy for them, nor is there a magical fix. But that makes the ending all the better.
If you love Little Women or love contemporary romance that digs deep, then definitely pick up this book, and the series. It’s become one of my favorites.
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