A Borrowed Dream by Amanda Cabot ~ Review

Lucie's Review:

Cimarron Creek school teacher, Catherine Whitfield, doesn't trust doctors. She recently lost her mother, and blames the town doctor. So when one of her students gets hurt, she treats them herself using her library of medical books.

Austin Goddard and his 6 yr old daughter, Hannah, are new to town. Austin is worried about Hannah, she is quiet and withdrawn, not the happy child that she used to be before they moved. He hopes that going to school will help her adjust.

I like that Catherine welcomes Hannah, she encourages her to participate without forcing her into things. She and Austin work together to try and find ways to help her. Catherine helps Hannah open up, and they bond. Austin also helps Catherine with other students that she is worried about.

Catherine has a big heart, opening her home to strangers and her students. She is smart and capable, with a passion for helping everyone, but she has her reservations about Austin. I admired her faith and calm in stressful situations.

Austin is a man of faith, he is a good man and is a terrific father to Hannah.

Overall, I really enjoyed this book. It has great characters, and intriguing storyline with secrets and twists, as well as an action packed ending. The interaction is great, and Hannah is just precious. A fantastic read for fans of western romance.

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