About the Book:
Anji Baard Moen, a recent widow, returns from Norway with her children. She quickly settles back into life in Blessing, teaching Norwegian history in the high school and writing articles for the Blessing Gazette. When tragedy strikes, Anji steps in to run the newspaper and soon finds a kindred spirit in the widower who owns the printing press. As they spend time together, Anji wonders if there’s something more than friendship growing between them.
But Anji has also caught the eye of a recent arrival to Blessing. He has put his carpentry skills to good use on the town’s building projects, including Anji’s house. But Anji is torn between her feelings of loyalty to someone who needs her and the chance to build a new life with this intriguing newcomer.
Where will her choice take her?
Book three in Streams of Blessing series, even though I have read all the previous books, I found myself a little confused by all the different story lines going on at once in here.
I did enjoy many things about this novel! One thing that was very educational was the history of diphtheria as well as the treatment they only had begun to have at that time.
The story felt like it ended on a note to make you want to read the next book, which is a good and bad thing, since the next book will not be coming out for awhile. The town of Blessing is growing and shrinking in this book, with small minor mysteries left throughout.
Bethany House provided this book for review. The opinions are my own.