Continuing with the adventures of certified medical nurse Breanna Baylor, the Angel of Mercy series tackles the real-life issues of faithfulness and abuse in Faithful Heart. Picking up where A Promise for Breanna left off, Book Two follows Breanna to San Francisco, where she discovers that her sister Dottie has been beaten by a husband who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of serving in the Civil War. As the story unfolds, Breanna, Dottie, and Dottie's children find themselves at risk as they fight to save a man they can no longer trust. Readers will experience the heartache and hope of two woman striving to save a family in Faithful Heart.
My rating: 1 of 5 stars
I did not like this one. There was no visualization and the conversations were drab. As I have heard other people say, it is true there were many historical inaccuracies. Usually I can get past that in a book, yet in this one there was nothing to take up the slack. Some one else might love this book, but it was no my cup of tea.
*Thanks to WaterBrook Multnomah for providing a copy for review.*
Alas, even though this was not the best book for me. There are many other new releases from WaterBrook Multnomah's Value Fiction that are definitely worthwhile like my recent post of Robin Jones Gunn's Secrets and others.