I think I’m one of Jill Weatherholt’s earliest fans. At least, I’ve read and loved every one of her books. Her characters are always likeable, well-developed, with problems I can learn from. Her plots are thorny but solvable with an upbeat HEA ending. They might be classified as Christian Romance, but with a light touch, or a cozy because it avoids those twitchy topics (see, I can’t even write them here!).
Her latest book, Searching for Home, was published last week, but I got a sneak peek of it earlier. It brought joy to my holidays and I now await the next:
by Jill Weatherholt
In Jill Weatherholt’s sixth in the Love Inspired series, Searching for Home, Meg Brennan is struggling to raise her sister’s abandoned triplets while running a B&B and her own physical therapy business. To make life more complicated, she still can’t move beyond the loss of her HS boyfriend and only true love, Luke Beckett, who left unexpectedly to pursue a career in rodeo. He becomes a star and every girl’s heart-throb. Meg assumes he’s out of her life, living in a glitter-filled world of fame, girls, and money, when he shows up at her B&B looking for a quiet getaway and a doctor to heal his rodeo injuries. This reunion surprises both of them but might have been just an unexpected encounter except that Luke falls in love with Meg’s adopted triplets. You’ll have to read the book to see the clever twists that take this story to its satisfying end.
If you’d like a heart-warming, uplifting, positive book to start the new year, this is it.
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Jacqui Murray is the author of the popular Man vs. Nature saga, the Rowe-Delamagente thrillers, and the acclaimed Building a Midshipman, the story of her daughter’s journey from high school to United States Naval Academy. She is also the author/editor of over a hundred books on integrating tech into education, adjunct professor of technology in education, blog webmaster, an Amazon Vine Voice, a columnist for NEA Today, and a freelance journalist on tech ed topics. Look for her next prehistoric fiction, Natural Selection, Winter 2022