If you read the first installment of the “Hearts of Montana” series, then you will probably be eager for this one as well.
I was excited to read “Love’s Mountain Quest”, but I’m finding that I have somewhat mixed feelings about this book. Some parts I liked and other parts I didn’t. There is enough adventure in this book to please even the bravest of thrill-seekers, as well as great lessons in faith and character. But there is also enough sadness and pain and anguish that it can feel like a bit of a downer.
There are also scenes and conversations that are very uncomfortable as a woman lives in fear of what her kidnappers will do to her, and I did not appreciate these thoughts being on what sometimes felt like every other page. But, I can also appreciate that the author did not “gloss over” what would have been a very real fear for a person in that situation.
I really enjoyed the first book in the series. I did not like this one as much, but it definitely had enough redeeming qualities to it that I still look forward to reading the next installment. Thus, if you like an exciting, adventurous book and can look past some flaws, I think “Love’s Mountain Quest” would be a good choice for you.
“Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.”