Waiting the Morning
Brides of Last Chance Ranch #3
by Margaret Brownley
published by Thomas Nelson
I already own and love the first two books in the Brides of Last Chance Ranch, so when I saw Waiting for Morning up for review, I was pretty excited to get my hands on a copy! I admit, it took me a while to read it, but in the end, I was glad I did!
The whole plot centers mainly (really) around Molly's younger brother Donny. Donny can't walk, can't really help himself in anyway. When Caleb Fairbanks (Molly's love interest) meets this young boy he is challenged, believing with some work, he can change this young boy's life and give him the freedom of living by teaching him joy, and strengthening him. When I realized the book plot centered so much around Donny, I wasn't sure if I wanted to read it...but as I got going, I really began to care about Donny, and I wanted to see him find freedom in being mobile. Sounds weird, but I guess that proves how great this book was written. :)
The romance between Caleb and Molly was cute. He clearly likes her right away, but she doesn't trust him and nearly knocks his block off quite a few times in a fury. It's pretty cute, because their romance isn't so sappy and gross as some books, but still sweet and light, but deep enough to count.
Would I read it again? Maybe...? Though I loved it, it took me a while to push through to the end, so we shall see! Should you read it? Yes. ;)
*this book was provided free for my honest review by Thomas Nelson publishers through Booksneeze