I really enjoyed this time split novel by Robin Lee Hatcher. I loved the parallels between the two main female characters and how their stories connected. I also loved their reliance on God to get them through their fears and how they each grew throughout the story.
While I liked both time lines, I slightly preferred the current timeline because…Liam! What a great male character he is! I loved how we really got to know him through his journal. I also really loved his relationship with his brother and with Chelsea. Speaking of Chelsea, I really loved her and how she dealt with her fears especially during a climactic scene in her story.
The historical time line was well done. I really liked Cora and Preston. I loved how Cora stepped out in her own and eventually stood up for herself and her future!
Time slips have become some of my favorite types of stories and Make You Feel My Love by Robin Lee Hatcher is a great example as to why!
*I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own. The faith thread is medium.
One broken woman. One lost man. And the long-buried secrets tying them together.
After escaping an abusive relationship, Chelsea Spencer flees to Chickadee Creek—the town where her great aunt Rosemary owns a quaint little antique shop. There, Chelsea plans to help with the shop as her aunt heals from an accident—and perhaps find some healing of her own.
Liam Chandler was one film away from a leading role when his brother Jacob was stricken with cancer. After spending the last months of Jacob’s life with him in Boise, Liam heads to the vacation home he built outside of Chickadee Creek to get his life and his faith back on track.
While working to clean out a storage room in the antique shop, Chelsea finds an old violin. Aunt Rosemary says she may have the instrument, but they soon learn it is very valuable and once belonged to Cora Chandler, Liam’s great-great-grandmother.
Drawn together by the old violin and stories from the past, Chelsea and Liam begin to find answers for their present and the future God has in store for them.
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