Even though the second book in the Big Sky Dreams series, by the amazing Wick, starts slowly, it builds up speed quickly and ends on a positive high note, showing that God does forgive for past mistakes, and that it may take people longer to forgive, but in the end it's the right thing to do.
Former prostitute Sabrina Matthews has left her old life behind and gone to live with Danny and Callie Barshaw. But it soon becomes impossible for her to stay. Her former clients start showing up on the doorstep, not believing she's really made a fresh start. Danny and Callie decide the best place for her to go is the Montana Territory.
There, she's welcomed with open arms by the church folk and others, but a few don't take kindly to her because of the life she once led. Pastor Rylan Jarvik is the one person Sabrina is most afraid of not wanting to have anything to do with her. She has strong feelings for him and hopes that he feels the same for her. Sabrina has to believe he
will forgive her ... just as God has. (Harvest House, Dec., 350 pp., $13.99)