What if you heard voices somewhere, telling you that you should wait for your true love? Love, Charleston is a book about faith, and believing in God’s words.
This story is about Anne, set in the romantic surrounding of small town called Charleston, South Carolina.
“Stay and wait”
That is the word that has been haunting Anne when she was in the bell tower at Saint Michaelâ€™s Church in Charleston.
Certain that the message is from God, she stayed and wait for her true love in Charleston, South Carolina. However, sister, Della, and their cousin, Alicia, have their doubts, and was certain that Anne was just hearing things and was being silly by following what her heart tells her to do.
Is it true? could Anne have misunderstood His calling? Should she leave the small town and pursue her life like the rest of the people in Charleston? Or should she wait for her true love there, no matter what it takes?
This is a story about having faith in not only God, but also in yourself. Anne was determined to wait, no matter at what cost, and so she waited, despite of the words of others.
Would Anne’s wait come to an end? Will she find true love in Charleston after all?
I won’t give the story away. This is quite a good read. good for a lazy Sunday afternoon where you want to do nothing but just read something light and inspiring.
Love, Charleston by Beth Hart certainly will whisk you away into the land of hope, and teaches you to believe in what your heart says, and not the others.
Would I recommend this book to others? Yes, I would, but only to those who likes a leisure pace in a story.
I rate this book, 3 star out of 5.
I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers 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.