So without further ado, allow me to review one of the book that I got from Booksneeze.
A Suitor For Jenny by Margeret Brownley. A Suitor For Jenny A is the 2nd book in Rocky Creek series. The story was set in 1888… in the cowboy town of Texas.
The story revolves around Jenny. Trouble followed Jenny wherever she goes, whether she was looking for it or not. Jenny had a one track mind in finding suitable husbands for her sisters and sheâ€™s not sure Rocky Creek is the right place to look for husbands, though. Rocky Creek seems to be lacking potential males that could be made into a fine and dependable husbands.
Through all the trouble that Jenny finds and Rhett tries to rescue her from the troubles that she’s beenÂ thrown into, and they are attracted to each other.
But both Rhett and Jenny is suffering from a past neither has been able to forget. Rhett believes God forgives but canâ€™t forgive himself for things that happened during the war.
Jenny on the other hand, is not sure whether God is around. After their parents died she had to do awful things just to keep her sisters alive. No man would want her now.
Can Jenny find just the right husbands for her sisters or do they have someone else in mind? Will Jenny believe that the right suitor will want her, in spite of her past? Will Rhett be able to let the past go and feel true forgiveness? Can God convince both Rhett and Jenny that He has the best plan for everyone?
A Suitor For Jenny is a good read, it’s a story of redemption that teaches you that God’s love for everyone is so great that He will never leave you to suffer more than you could endure. God is love, and God always have plans for you, and your sacrifices will be rewarded in His Kingdom.
This story is a perfect summer romance or a good, lazy Sunday read. I would recommend this to everyone who enjoys love story as well as Christian fiction.
I rate this book 4 out of 5.
I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers for an advance reading as part of their Booksneeze bloggers program . I was not required to write a positive review and therefore, the book review is 100% my own opinion.