REVIEW: The House that Love Built by Beth Wiseman


ImageI have to admit that THE HOUSE THAT LOVE BUILT harbored more secrets than I was expecting.  Each time you turn around, there’s another big event.  I enjoyed the book and found it easy to keep turning the pages expectantly.  Widow Brooke Holloway and new-to-town Owen Saunders are each trying to move on from their old marriages.  We also meet teenage Hunter who has his own present to escape.  Owen’s willingness to help Hunter is a bit convenient.  However, how much less societal trouble we would have if we all would step in and help.  There is a whole cast of folks in the story with interesting backgrounds such as Uncle Denny and newlyweds Patsy and Harold.  Enjoy this book as it blends families and builds a new house of love.

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