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Finding Her Way Home #2020

Finding Her Way Home Welcome To Redemption Oklahoma The idyllic little town Cheyenne Rhodes has chosen for her fresh start is almost too welcoming After all she s come here to hide from her past not to make new friends

  • Title: Finding Her Way Home
  • Author: Linda Goodnight
  • ISBN: 9781426846816
  • Page: 186
  • Format: ebook
  • Finding Her Way Home By Linda Goodnight, Welcome To Redemption, Oklahoma The idyllic little town Cheyenne Rhodes has chosen for her fresh start is almost too welcoming After all, she s come here to hide from her past not to make new friends But single dad Trace Bowman isn t about to let Cheyenne hide away her heart He can t ignore the special way she has with his daughter, Zoey or how she s reminded him ofWelcome To Redemption, Oklahoma The idyllic little town Cheyenne Rhodes has chosen for her fresh start is almost too welcoming After all, she s come here to hide from her past not to make new friends But single dad Trace Bowman isn t about to let Cheyenne hide away her heart He can t ignore the special way she has with his daughter, Zoey or how she s reminded him of the power of real love Now he needs to convince Cheyenne that Redemption is than a place to hide it s also a way to be found.

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    1. Welcome to Redemption, Oklahoma, a town where mercy, grace and healing can begin Cheyenne Rhodes is running from her past When she discovers a box with two sweet puppies on the side if the road she cannot squelch the need to stop and rescue them Looking for a shelter to drop them at, she finds herself in the office of veterinarian, Trace Bowman Something draws Cheyenne to stay, and she is offered a job as an assistant to the handsome Dr Bowman Still grieving the loss of his wife, Trace is not pr [...]

    2. Two haiku review She moves to small townSomething really bad in pastTakes found pups to vetSweet Christian romanceTough to get over traumaIt takes faith and prayer

    3. Diabetics beware the sweetness content in this novel just might put you in a coma To be fair, Christian Inspiration writer Linda Goodnight tackles difficult subjects like domestic abuse, rape and even murder These may be difficult subjects to deal with in mainstream fiction, but they are usually forbidden in Christian fiction It makes sense that the author would go overboard in trying to find some balance for these difficult subjects Probably something her publisher required before they would ev [...]

    4. Reviewed onClean Adult Fiction This was a beautiful and deeply emotional book Cheyenne was a victim of rape The violent and brutal act was talked about in past tense without a lot of detail I get attached and live through the characters I read so I don t like to read about rape because of the paranoia that comes with that knowledge The author did a great job expressing the feelings of a woman who had been raped Above the violence and trauma it was a story of hope and healing through God and fait [...]

    5. Finding her Way Home by Linda Goodnight If you like sweet and easy to read love stories this is it I happen to be in the mood for one so I enjoyed this The main character is running from some painful experiences so she leaves family and job behind to start again in a new place a small midwestern town called Redemption a little pilgrim s progress reference Almost everyone in the town has come from somewhere else with a past and found answers to life s big questions in this little town The charact [...]

    6. One of the better ones I d read this before, but I don t remember when It was worth a second read Cheyenne had been a police officer in Colorado before she moved to Redemption, OK Meeting the town vet the first day was a gift from God Trace s blind daughter Zoey was just one of the other gifts.

    7. I enjoyed Cheyenne Rhodes character way than I expected to She was tough as nails and still vulnerable and wounded She was dealing with very real problems and emotional turmoil and yet still found ways to help others around her, even using her bad experiences in ways that others could benefit from I was very impressed with her character and with her story

    8. As usual, Linda Goodnight, creates believable characters in the neatest backdrops Few authors manage to take on such volatile subject matter with such tenderness, compassion and reality Each character comes alive on the pages their struggles and triumphs become your own as you walk the streets of Redemption River with them.

    9. My grade B I enjoyed this a lot It tackled a difficult subject I don t typically read inspirationals, but saw a review on this one It was also a RITA nominee There was a bit too much inspirational message for me I would have liked to see of Cheyenne and Trace s relationship after she revealed why she kept running from him.

    10. I like books with happy endings There is no bad language There is romance without be pornographic Deals with abuse and traumatic stress A book that believes in God There are discussion questions at the end.

    11. Finding Her Way HomeGreat story of finding redemption and love in a small town Cheyenne Rhodes has come to Redemption, Oklahoma running from an incident that haunts her, but finds forgiveness, redemption, and love in this town.

    12. Do you like cheesy Do you like fairy tales Then Redemption is the perfect novel for you The town lives up to it s name for everyone of it s members has come to escape a past and ended up staying through finding God s grace Good read, predictable outcome.

    13. Although I did not finish the book because I really didn t care for the way the inspirational content was inserted, it is by no means poorly written If I could find a non inspirational book by this author, I would be happy to read it.

    14. I don t think it s really fair to rate this as I pretty much skimmed the 2nd half I don t know Why it didn t really grab my interest I know I didn t care for the main character too much and her constant reference to 2 characters as being bums really made me mad.

    15. I loved it I always know Linda will give a good read Cheyenne is a wonderful picture of a woman who had the ultimate betrayal by a human being and still she reached for the Lord s healing Trace is a strong and wonderful example of God s love.

    16. Redemption River Series 1 Cheyenne needs to put the past behind her and that leads her to Redemption River She finds 2 puppies along the road, meets 2 characters in town who direct her to Dr Trace Bowman, the town vet.

    17. Once in a while I like a romance, not a smutty one just a happy one I like Christian romances because they are cute and everyone is nice This book was perfect for what I was looking for.

    18. Loved it Sometimes I wonder why it takes so long to tell each other how they feel, but then there wouldn t be a book huh

    19. This was a fantastic read I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I would highly recommend it to anyone This is the first book in her Redemption River Series.

    20. Read at my sister in law s recommendation Wonderful book Clean, sweet, romantic It s the perfect story of redemption and how to overcome what tries to hold you back.

    21. Okay, this book was such an emotional one Beautifully written, and when we finally get the heroine s story, I had tears in my eyes Freely admit it.

    22. It turns out that this book comes before The Wedding Garden that I just read last week It didn t matter The characters are so well written, and the story is compelling Love it A

    23. I really enjoyed this story, enough that I want to read the rest of the series The characters were very likable and Cheyenne s struggle to recover from a traumatic event rang very true.

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