Image of A Reason to Believe (Forrester Brothers)


Image of A Reason to Believe (Forrester Brothers)

McKade's stunning, emotional and gripping story of the Forrester brothers is a lot like Francine Rivers' classic westerns. She tells her story honestly and realistically, yet with strong faith in the inherent goodness of man. Keep a hankie nearby and a place on your keeper shelf for this one.

When war widow Dulcie McDaniel returns home, her father is lynched for a crime he didn't commit. Dulcie is determined to run the family farm, bring in the harvest and make a home for her small daughter.

Rye Forrester must find Dulcie and tell her about his role in her husband's death. But instead he offers to bring in the harvest and decides to tell her the story later. Neither is prepared for the love that blossoms between them. Dulcie's thrilled to have a good, kind man to stand at her side as she works to clear her father's name. Rye prays that she'll forgive him, but as the past rises up they struggle to hold onto their love and faith. (Berkley, Aug., 295 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Kathe Robin