Emmie finds shelter in the arms of a soldier, but her secret could drive them apart.
When Emmie Croftner answered the door to her late husband’s home, she discovered an awful truth: her deceased husband was a bigamist. And what’s more, the home she thought she inherited never belonged to her at all.
Suddenly displaced, powerless, and ashamed, Emmie can’t stay in Wabash, Indiana. She makes a hopeful start for Fort Laramie, Wyoming, to find her friend Sarah Montgomery and a new beginning. But when she arrives, she discovers she’s pregnant—and without a husband. The new start she’d hoped for slips from her fingers.
But then she meets Isaac Liddle, a handsome soldier with a kind heart. When he begins to court her, Emmie wonders whether she could ever really be his—and whether she dares to tell him she is carrying another man’s baby.
About The Author:
USA Today bestselling author Colleen Coble has written several romantic suspense novels including “Tidewater Inn,” “Rosemary Cottage,” and the Mercy Falls, Lonestar, and Rock Harbor series.
Colleen Coble has done it again with book four of the Journey of the Heart series! This time we see Emmie on her journey to find Sarah and ultimately meeting Isaac Liddle. It was again a very quick read, finishing it in under two hours. I have thoroughly enjoyed the series thus far and A Heart's Betrayal was just as good as the rest of the books. It was a very emotional book, even more so than the rest of the series thus far. That emotion made it very hard to put down, and drew me in from the very start of the book. The characters and storylines are very well developed and were both interesting and intriguing combining for a fantastic read. If you haven't read the rest of the series and start with A Heart's Betrayal, you won't find yourself lost per say, but I would definitely read the rest of the series too.
I highly recommend this book, and the entire series, and give it a huge thumbs up!
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***I received a complimentary copy of this book, courtesy of LitFuse Publicity Group, for the purpose of review on this blog. All opinions are my own, and I have not been compensated in any other manner***