Where the Road Bends by Rachel Fordham // Review


Norah King is out of options when it comes to saving her farm after the death of her father, so she agrees to marry a neighboring farmer to save her land, but an injured stranger throws her future plans into turmoil. 

My heart definitely went out to Nora, things just kept going from bad to worse for poor Nora as she is stuck in an impossible situation. I liked how she takes Quincy in, showing kindness and hospitality, doing the right thing even when it hurts. Nora's kindness to Quincy is a turning point in his life, and I liked that he changes his life as a result of meeting Nora. 

There was a lot to like about this book, with strong themes of forgiveness, second chances, and the importance of honesty. There were things that I both liked and disliked about the time jump, and I could see why it was done. While there were noble themes, the story wasn't overtly Christian, which isn't a bad thing just might not be what some people are expecting going into it. Great for fans of clean historical romance.

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

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