Monday, March 3, 2014

The Heart Leads Home by Sydell Voeller #Inspirational #Romance @SydellVoeller

Going Home Is Never Easy

Sarah Pendleton feels duty-bound as she returns to her hometown of Mistletoe Valley—and to her conflicted past. While growing up in the small, rural community, Sarah lived with her grandparents who served their community well, especially her grandfather, a pastor. Yet Sarah despised being the “perfect preacher’s kid” in a town where everyone knew everyone else’s business. Rebelliousness caused her to make some tragic mistakes.

Now a decade later, Sarah is the sole inheritor of her grandparents’ estate. She must decide whether to sell the property, or make the painful choice of staying in a town where folks remember her awful past.

Real estate agent Rich Stevens volunteers as a youth pastor at the church where her grandfather served. Sarah's attraction to Rich is immediate and powerful, but she’s faced with not one, but two prickly thorns: He is a grieving widower, and his 8-year-old daughter is grieving too. Rich believes there can never be another woman in his life, and he's determined to raise his daughter alone.

Join Sarah and Rich on their emotional journey to overcome their personal demons and find a lasting commitment. If they refuse to give up, maybe they'll find their forever family.

What readers are saying:

"…a touching and warm love story with the promise of a happy ever after that wraps around you like a warm hug." ~An Amazon Top 1000 Reviewer

"Loved the story of people who have problems and working it out with prayer." ~An Amazon Reviewer

"Warm-hearted portrayal of the need for second chances." ~An Amazon Reviewer

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  1. Nice interview, Sydell, of a charming romance!

  2. Wonderful cover, and I've read this book, so I know it's a great story!

  3. It looks like a great book, Sydell. And the is lovely.

  4. I am looking forward to reading this, Sydell.

  5. I love stories with second chances as they are always uplifting and proof that whatever happens there's always a silver lining if you search hard enough. A lovely story Sydell.

    1. Thanks, Sheila. You've indeed nailed down the story's theme.

  6. Hi Sydell,
    Sounds like another of your lovely warm hearted stories. Best of luck with it.



  7. I like the theme, it gives hope to even the worse in us

  8. Thank you, Margaret! I value your support.

  9. Thanks for your comment, Mike. Much appreciated...