Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Everyday Blessings Book Review

I was excited that there were a few books in the McKaslin Clan series to get to read because I enjoyed the first one so much.   Everyday Blessings (The McKaslin Clan: Series 3, Book 4) (Larger Print Love Inspired #400) by Jillian Hart was the next in the series that I got to read.  They seem to be harder to find now but my library had this one and it is available on the kindle if you are interested and can't find it at your local library.  There is a two book combo on the kindle as well which is always a good deal when you get to get two books together for a lower price.

When Aubrey McKaslin visited reclusive photographer William Corey, she found a man who had given up on life and faith. He said he was happy at his mountain retreat, but Aubrey didn't believe it for a minute. His eyes signaled a kindred soul, a man who shared her love of art and the outdoors. Spending time together awakened deeper feelings in them both, but could William trust in his faith and rise above his past?

Aubrey is the quieter of the two twins and has lead a quiet life up until this point with mostly just her family.  She meets William Corey who is a famous photographer.  He confides in her and she is immediately interested in him because she feels that they have a lot in common.  The more time she spend with him, the more they find out that they have in common.  The decide that they are going to be friends and share some of the things that they love like horse back riding, canoeing and more.  She knows that her family is going to push them together even though William is not interested in that kind of romantic relationship.  She changes over the story but you are going to have to pick it up to find out what happens.  I was really enjoying this book even though it was a sad book to get through.  I know that I used a few tissues but I enjoyed it regardless.  I hope that you check out this book at your local library or bookstore and see for yourself.

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