REVIEW: Room for Hope by Kim Vogel Sawyer

Neva Shilling has the surprise of her life when three youngsters are delivered to her doorstep.  Turns out they are the children of her husband…children he has had with a second wife without her knowledge.  (Guess that wouldn’t happen these days with social media!)  He has died and asked her to take them in and make a home for them.  Can you imagine?  Neva has to figure out how to tell her 14 year old twins, make a life for the family of 6, run a business, and survive life in a town where everyone knows your business. Neva also has a heart for the hobos who visit her home for meals.  Set in Kansas during the Depression this is a story of compassion, forgiveness, family and love.  I enjoyed it.

Thanks to Waterbrook Press for providing me a copy to review in my own words.


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