Sara comes to the town of Churchill to be the cook at lives under construction, a place for troubled boys. Kyle comes home to Churchill to take care of his father's place that just passed away, actually he was coming anyway from the service after being hurt but before he got home his father passes away. Kyle helps out at the lives under construction. Kyle blames everything on God but Sara tries to convince him that things that happened in his life was not Gods doing. Sara grew up in foster homes and had a hard time at the last one. She tries to find her family. Kyle gets help thru the preacher there and after things happen to Sara she begins to blame God and then he helps her. This is the first book in the "Northern Lights" series , a very good book to start the series. A book about relationships with others and with God. Looking forward to reading the next book.
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"I really enjoyed this book and there are very few with military involvement that I will give 5 stars for, because they are too exaggerated or incorrect. The story of the military vet and lost girl is heart-wreching but beautiful. There were times when Kyle frustrated me, but he redeemed himself in the end. I just wanted to reach through the pages and give Sara a hug for everything she's had to go through. A previous review stated the faith portion was a bit heavy at times, and it was but not preachy to the point of turning me off the story; this is a christian romance afterall. Overall I highly recommend it and think many people would enjoy it. I can't wait to read more in the series." - Amanda
"This is a nice new first installment of this new series. I fully appreciated reading about Lois Richers characters and how everything started and came to an end. The main character is strong, self-reliant, but lacking in self-confidence and that is her clip, but with the help of her new friends she is able to move forward and dream and hope for herself." - Read4GODPlease leave any comments or questions below: