Someone to Trust
Published by White Rose Publishing
Publication Date January 26, 2021
Genres: Christian Fiction, Clean Romance
Setting: Georgia Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 25-34
Written for: Adults
Megan McCormick doesn't leave Atlanta looking for love. Far from it. She runs to the mountain town of Laurel Crest to flee from her past and a broken heart. When she's knocked over by Lee Grainger, handsome veterinarian and lover of small-town living, Megan's life takes an unexpected turn.
Tired of fast-paced city life, Lee is considering a permanent move to the mountains. His run-in with Megan has him believing he's in Laurel Crest for more than a partnership in an animal hospital.
After a case of mistaken identity is cleared up, Megan and Lee strike up a friendship. Lee is everything Megan ever wanted—smart, loyal and dedicated to his faith. But Megan has experienced deep betrayal twice, and she's reluctant to give romance another try.
Can Megan come to terms with the secret that haunts her, get past her distrust of men, and accept the love Lee offers or will her heart be broken again?
I would like to thank Lesa Henderson for giving me a copy of this book. This gift did not influence my opinion or review.
Betrayed by the father who claimed to love her, Megan had trouble believing in a Heavenly Father who loves her. And with her guilt over her sin…
Someone to Trust chronicles Megan’s journey from fear to trust as she learns that not all men are the same. This adorable Queen of Klutz – as Lee and her best friend called her – had lived in guilt and fear until she came to accept the love of the God who never fails us. I love the natural manner the author introduced the many spiritual truths and the logical steps Megan took to bring her to accept the love of Jesus that led Him to offer Himself as a sacrifice for her forgiveness. Even the snippets of the pastor’s sermons that were shared didn’t feel preachy.
Though there were serious themes, there were also sweet and lighthearted moments. Lee’s quirky sense of humor made me smile. As did Megan’s mishaps – several of which Lee was the victim of.
If you enjoy Christian romance, you will want to give Someone to Trust a read.