Monday, November 15, 2010

Uncertain Heart by Andrea Boeshaar

Uncertain Heart by Andrea Boeshaar

About Andrea from

Andrea Boeshaar has been married for over 30 years. She and her husband Daniel have 3 grown sons and 4 grandchildren.

Andrea has been writing stories and poems since she was a little girl; however, it wasn't until 1991, after she became a Christian, that she answered God's call to write exclusively for the Christian market. Since then Andrea has had more than 25 novels published as well as numerous novellas and nonfiction pieces.

About Uncertain Heart from author's site:

The year is 1866, and Sarah McCabe has wanderlust. In an effort to become independent of her family back in Missouri, she accepts a governess position in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, giving her a firsthand taste of the life she has always desired—a life of luxury, culture, and social privilege.

Richard Navis is a man determined to finish his indentureship to Captain Brian Sinclair and take over his family’s farm. But when he falls in love with Sarah, his homesteading goals blur. She doesn’t seem interested in settling down. What’s more, Richard fears she’s fallen victim to the captain’s charm and persuasion

. When Sarah’s reputation is questioned, Richard devises a bold plan in hopes of protecting her. But is he too late? Has Sarah already made her choice?
My Take:

I Loved the first book in this series Unwilling Warrior but don't worry if you haven't read that one first it's ok because these books can stand alone. 

I think that this book would be a great for a young lady to read when she is on the verge of going out on her own.  It addresses that good and the bad and shows that not everything that looks good is. 

Andrea draws you into this book as she did the last one and makes you want to find out what happens to Sarah and you cheer her on and hold your breath in hopes that she makes the right chioce. 

A Great Book.

Look for the third in the series Unexpected Love (Seasons of Redemption, Book 3) Unexpected Love to come out in January 4, 2011

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