Like the Wind by Robin Lee Hatcher // Review

My Review: 

Six years after a terrible divorce that upended her life, Olivia Ward's life is once again upturned when she learns that she will receive custody of her daughter Emma, whom she has not seen for years. Will she be able to reconnect with her daughter despite the years apart?

A heartfelt and faith filled read about a mother and daughter's reunion, as well as the tale of a young mother 100 years before and her struggles through the unknowns trying to hold her family together during the Depression. 

A lovely story with heartfelt characters, struggling to do the right thing and make sense of where they are at. I loved Millie's journal entries, at first they seemed to no have anything to do with the main story but as the story progressed the connection was more clear. Tyler is a great guy, who finds himself caught between duty and his growing friendship with Olivia and Emma. 

Overall, this was an enjoyable smalltown read set in a few places that may be familiar if you are a fan of Robin Lee Hatcher like I am. I liked the honesty of the characters, they were flawed, but easy to cheer for just the same. I especially liked the strong message of faith and trusting God through the storms. 

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

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