Book Review:Threads of Love

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Threads of Love

Also includes bonus story of Woven Threads

by Judith Miller

Barbour Publishing, Inc.

Barbour Books

ChristianRomance

Pub Date 01 Mar 2016

I was given a copy of Threads of Love through the publisher and their partnership with Netgalley in exchange for my honest review which is as follows:

After loosing her Mother Delphinia’s Father strikes up a bargain with a man to takecare of his daughter.  Delphinia is not ready to be sent to a strange place with a man she does not know but she has no choice in the matter.  Delphinia soon finds herself resolved to the fact that she is going to be with this man and help him care for his dead brothers children and soon she is able to forgive her Father.

When Delphinia receives a letter from her Father that he is in Colorado City and is dying of Consumption she has to go and see him so he knows that she forgives him.  And her Father wants to make amends for being a poor Father for the two years since her Mothers death so he can die knowing that his daughter forgives her.

Doctor Charlie Banion does not expect a woman when he is reading over applications for a doctor so when Doctor Tessie Wilshire shows up he is taken by surprise. 

On the train to her new career and her new life she meets a young woman who is bitter over the death of her Mother and having to care for her younger sister who went deaf just the year before.  Soon Tessie finds herself playing a Mother role to Lydia and especially young Addie.  Soon Lydia leaves abandoning Addie and leaving it for Tessie to tell her. 

Before long Tessie learns about a new procedure that may allow Addie to hear again.  Just before the young girl goes in for the risky surgery Tessie discovers that the young girl’s hearing was returning, and she knew it was God.

I give Threads of Love five out of five stars

Happy Reading

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