The Land Beneath Us by Sarah Sundin ~ Review

My Review:

A powerful story of hope, family, and forgiveness.

Clay Paxton's dream of becoming a physician were ripped away one terrible night, the night that he also lost his brothers. He is frequently visited by a daunting dream of pain and peace, that he is determined to fulfil as an Army Ranger.

Leah Jones has never belonged anywhere, as an orphaned who was adopted and then abandoned, separated from her baby sisters, she longs for a family and a place to belong. But one terrible night changes everything and a marriage of convenience to an Army Ranger named Clay Paxton.

The long awaited conclusion to Sunrise at Normandy series, I couldn't wait to read this book. And it did not disappoint, Clay is my favorite of the brothers, noble, and willing to do his duty whatever the cost. I loved how he grew in his faith, as God worked in his life and through him, convicting him and strengthening him.

I loved Leah instantly, and cheered for her the whole way through as she grew into a confident woman, willing to fight for and uplift others. Leah never had much to call her own, yet she always looks for the bright side and how she can be useful, I admired her faith, as well as how she always wants the best for others.

Overall a fantastic conclusion to what is now my favorite series from Sarah Sundin, well researched, with characters that gripped my heart. Powerful story of faith and forgiveness, set against the D-Day victory. Highly recommend, I didn't want to put it down!

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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