Written by: Robin Lee Hatcher
Published by: Thomas Nelson
I enjoy reading any novels I can get my hands on, and I thought that this book sounded especially interesting.
Love Without End tells the story of a widow and her daughter, an elderly woman, and a divorced father of two. The interactions between the variety of characters are fun to read.
Who the book is for:
Those who enjoy contemporary fiction, especially women. Horse and ranch lovers will find this book extra enjoyable.
What I liked:
The characters are very likeable.
The second half of the book kept my attention.
Has its heartwarming moments and also a bit of humor.
At first I wasn’t happy to have the story from the past mixed in with the “real” story, and I was confused when the book started with the past… but, I ended up really enjoying those pieces in the book, even longing for more of them.
What I didn’t like:
It took a while for me to really get into the book.
Overall, this is a good read.
I give Love Without End 4 out of 5 stars.
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