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Holding on for a hero...
Jennifer Foster isn’t one for fairytales. As a source of emotional support for her troubled mother she doesn’t have time.Grounded in the practicality of living day-by-day, the tenderhearted waitress loves to swap food and affection with the regulars at Detroit's legendary diner, Sal’s Place.
When a robbery at the diner sends her life spinning into the capable arms of a Detroit Police office, Ryan Douglas steps to the forefront of her life, whether she's ready to accept his loving care or not. But Ryan contends with his own set of family difficulties and circumstances that just might overwhelm their fledgling relationship.
Will the blending of their lives, and the love they feel, bring about heartbreak, or will God’s ultimate plan be allowed to play out, and bring them both to a point of acceptance, and love’s embrace?
You can always count on an emotionally engaging story when you pick up a Marianne Evans book. Her characters draw you in and you feel so a part of the story that your life, while you're reading, becomes a part of theirs. ~ Sherry Kuhn, Reader
Her stories evoke a powerful response. She writes with a level of heart and Christian substance that puts me in mind of Karen Kingsbury. ~ Rochelle Sanders, Reader
Four-Stars, RT Book Reviews ~ Hearts Communion, Woodland Series ~ Evans' latest is a heartwarming, as well as heart-wrenching romance. Readers will empathize with ther heroine's struggles. Her final acceptance of the hero's love and God's comfort, is remarkable. ~ Susan Mobley, Reviewer
Night Owl Reviews Top Pick ~ Hearts Key, Woodland Series ~ I loved this story and I'm looking forward to seeing what Ms. Evans writes next. ~ Maria, Reviewer
Five Stars ~ Reader's Favorite Book Reviews ~ Hearts Communion, Woodland Series ~ Marianne Evans' writing style really pulled me in with this story. I will certainly be looking for more of Ms. Evans' works. Highly recommended! ~ Brenda C, Reviewer
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Jennifer Foster has had to make numerous adjustments in her life. Her mother's bipolar disorder has been costly to her family, and Jennifer was unable
to fulfill her dream of becoming a psychologist. In order to keep a roof over her head she works long hours at Sal's place, one of Detroit's favorite
diners, and a second job with a cleaning crew. She has insulated herself from close relationships because of her obligations to her family.
/_Ryan Douglas is a dedicated and successful Detroit police officer, handsome beyond description. He suffered indescribable pain in the past, as his
father, a former Detroit police officer, was paralyzed as a result of a gunshot wound. Ryan's faith has brought him strength and peace, and his
relationship with God is his anchor. Jennifer and Ryan become acquainted as Ryan and his partner often stop at Sal's diner at lunchtime.
/_This portrayal of a young man and woman who have b