Woman of Sunlight by Mary Connealy ~ Review

Lucie's Review:

If you loved the previous book in this series, Aiming for Love, you won't want to miss this fabulous installment in the series. I would highly recommend reading this series in order as this book builds on the events of the previous one.

Isla and her sisters grew up fairly sheltered up on the mountain and away from the world. Mitch is a cultured man of the city, he has made his fortune in New York, but when he is betrayed and narrowly escapes a murder attempt, he joins his family in the mountains unwittingly bringing trouble to the Nordegren sisters. After a compromising situation forces him to marry Isla, they must work together to keep their families safe.

Isla is a intelligent and loyal young woman, she is sensible and innocent from having lived such a sheltered life. But I like how she takes her marriage seriously, and does her best to be supportive of Warden through thick and thin. I admired her straightforward faith, and how she and Warden come to trust each other.

Warden doesn't admit that he likes Isla right away, and it comes out looking like dislike. But the things that he thought he disliked about her become the things that he loves, I loved how he was sensitive and considerate when showing her his world and challenging her views of faith and God.

Engaging, with good character development and interaction. There is a lot going on, twists, turns and near misses, full of adventure and wholesome romance, setting the stage for the next installment in the series. Highly enjoyable read.

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

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