Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Finding a heart's Home

We have finally reached the last book in this series of six novellas, and what a good finish it was. Colleen Coble has given us another historical series that will surely be put into our collection of books.

Okay, if you guys are reading this review then you must have read the others that came before it, so you know what’s going on with Emmie and Isaac. I was so excited to see what happened after how book five left off, it looked like things were going to turn out alright for our two main characters...then Jessica tries to stick her nose in it.

If you have read any of the previous books you all know who I am talking about and are probably groaning “Oh no” right about now.

Jessica has been a thorn in our side from book two, but Emmie made a point about the young woman I think we don’t see often enough. She said that Jessica must have gone through a pain in her past that shaped her into the woman she is now. That is the case most of the time, and now I am wishing Colleen Coble might make a book about Jessica so we can get to know the real woman and see if she has a redemption story. Kinda like how I want a third book to the “Under Texas stars” Series about Lucy’s cousin.

Anyways, back to the book review now. In the previous two books Colleen Coble had kept a good pace, and did not rush the story along like in the first set of three books. Sadly that changed in this one. Too much was happening too fast, points were made, but they were never seen through.


Such as Emmie promised to tell Isaac about their marriage, and made several attempts and promised to talk about it later, but it never happen. Not even in the epilogue was it mentioned!


In the end this was a really good book and a great ending to a series. Though a little rushed at some points it will a set of books worth putting in your Colleen Coble Collection

Until next time folks I hope you have a blessed day!

I received this book free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review, which I have given