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Rich in Inspiration, It's a Satisfying Series Conclusion!
Reviewed in the United States on September 2, 2020
"It would be just his luck if she happened to recognize him."
Zeke Hart can scarcely believe his eyes when a childhood friend arrives in Williamsville, a remote mining town in Cariboo, British Columbia where Zeke has managed to accumulate a small fortune. The lady is absolutely stunning, and at the moment it appears that she is trying to escape matrimony . . . . . once again.
"She couldn't tear her eyes away - didn't want to break the connection for fear she'd never get it back."
Kate Millington had always secretly admired her older brother's friend Zeke, having lost touch with him after a tragic event sent Zeke running for his life, far away from his family and friends. What a coincidence that Zeke would be the one to rescue her from another one of her failed engagements. Even though their attraction is mutually instantaneous, Kate struggles to remind herself that Zeke openly admits forsaking his faith. How can she possibly risk giving her heart to a man who is still on the run from God; it's what her mother did and their entire family paid the price.
"Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, . . " Is that what it will take?
Lighter in depth, but remaining rich in inspiration, "Almost a Bride" is a satisfying conclusion to a wildly popular series.