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Book Review of Promise for Tomorrow by Michelle De Bruin

Living a life of faith isn’t going the way Logan and Karen hoped until some special visitors arrive and offer them their future back.

Karen Millerson dreamed of teaching high school but now finds herself boarding with a farm family and teaching country school. She is engaged to marry Logan De Witt and is getting prepared to share in ministry with him. But when she gets blamed for the tragic fire at the school, Karen’s future grows uncertain.

Logan De Witt is working to clear his family’s name with the bank. But when he breaks his leg, hindering his ability to work the farm, Logan is faced with life-changing decisions. When his best friend can’t offer the help he requested, can Logan find a way to care for his family and court Karen at the same time before his love for her destroys all of them?

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After reading Hope For Tomorrow I was excited to see that there was a second book in the series. Starting out Promise For Tomorrow it took some time to remember where the first book left off since I read another western romance around that time, once I got a bearing on the characters, setting, and what had happened in the first book I was surprised by what happened next, the plot twist that happened early in the book. The antics of the school children was somewhat funny yet poor Karen as she dealt with crazy kids, bullies, and mean parents. I liked Logan quite a bit more in this book compared to how he acted in Promise For Tomorrow. While there were some typos I enjoyed this book.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the author. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.


One response to “Book Review of Promise for Tomorrow by Michelle De Bruin”

  1. Wow, that sounds pretty crazy…


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