As with previous Hatcher books, you’ll be enthralled after just a few pages. She’s a masterful author who enchants with her characters and charms with well-researched details of the period. As readers travel with the characters, they’ll find that their faith will see them through and that God always works for good.

Felicia Kristoffersen is on a journey of discovery. Lonely, she sets out on her own to become the schoolteacher at a small town in Idaho. Once there she struggles, as some try to make her fail. But has she found an ally? Colin Murphy is a widower raising his daughter as best he can. He isn’t sure about the new teacher’s lack of experience, but he knows that his daughter’s heart will break if another teacher leaves. (ZONDERVAN, Aug., 288 pp., $14.99)

Reviewed by: 
Terri Dukes