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  • Forgiveness and Recovery

    I enjoyed this story of forgiveness and putting your life back together after it falling totally apart! Annie fell victim to addictions and after losing her two children, she decided to change her life. It wasn't easy to go into recovery but she's making progress. I found this to be very courageous on her part. This story showed the difficulties on Annie's part. It wasn't a cake walk! Although she grew up in an affluent household, her parents were emotionally unavailable, and she turned to drugs and alcohol. Not an excuse but you see that happening a lot over and over in society. She got married young to Ian but that marriage fell apart. When Annie goes to the Village of Hope (a recovery place) and finds out Ian is her lawyer, both of them must confront the past. At first, I thought Ian was the father of her 2 kids but that wasn't the case. Ian does still feel betrayed by Annie, and it takes a while for him to overcome those feelings! I enjoyed Ian's parents a lot and their acceptance of Annie once again. Annie's parents were a work in progress, but I liked the finished product! The whole book was a nice reminder of what can happen when God helps you through forgiveness!

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  • Annie’s Hope

    Annie's Hope, previously published as Second Chance Reunion, is the first book from Merrillee Whren’s The Village of Hope series. I adored this story of hope and second chances. The characters are true to life and ones that can easily be relatable for many readers. I love watching Annie and Ian grow throughout and learning about their past mistakes and how they were able to redeem themselves. I really enjoyed reading their tale. I am giving Annie's Hope a very well deserved five plus stars. Fans of clean contemporary romance will not want to miss out on reading this one. I am ready to read the second installment from the The Village of Hope series to see what happens next. I received a digital copy of Annie's Hope from the author, but was not required to write a positive review. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.

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