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    An incredible way to wrap up a wonderful series!

    In my mind this is the final book in a “true” series. All the same characters are here and their lives have progressed in a very normal way. It was wonderful to see how both Connor and Deirdre turned out now that they are all grown up. They were sweet as the much younger siblings in the first two books. But they have come into their own with dreams and love interests to sort out and. I found that I really liked both Matthew Clayborne and Jo Miller. They were both hard-working and dependable characters. They each had family issues that they had to sort out before they could look at the possibility of falling in love. The path that they each took was unique and well developed. I thoroughly enjoyed seeing how all the different family units within the O’Leary clan worked together to deal with difficulties. The support and encouragement that they gave to one another was fantastic. I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest opinion. Disclaimer: *Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention/review it on my blog. I was not required to give a positive review, only my honest opinion - which I've done. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own and I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.*
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    •°o•:*:•.LOVED IT.•:*:• o°•

    Final installment does not disappoint. Again, extremely detailed and several characters with different points of view. Matthew Clayborne carries heavy burdens from his past, failed marriage. Now a widower raising a fragile young girl, he is desperate to provide for her, while not letting anyone in to break his heart again. He splits his time between his daughter, and helping rehabilitate wounded soldiers with new physical therapy techniques. Deirdre O’Leary, a young nurse, aspiring to one day become a pediatrician, has been sent by her father to convince the doctor to leave Canada and travel to Irish Meadows in New York, in order to help her mother who recently suffered a stroke. She is bold and determined to persuade the stubborn doctor, or learn the techniques herself. There is another story that takes place between Jo, a stable hand, and Connor O’Leary set amongst the wonderful O’Leary horses. It is a great story as well. It’s like reading two books in one. The relationship between the O’Leary parents and really the entire family is so endearing and enjoyable. It’s a family you want to visit or be a part of. There is a lot of kindness and love there. There are also dangerous moments that send the heart rapidly beating, such as when young nephew get a little too adventurous. And there is faith and prayer as well. The weather is crisp and cool, until finally it snows, so I enjoyed reading this book in Autumn (-smile). The cover of this book was another gorgeous picture that grabbed me instantly. The back shows Irish Meadows covered in snow tucked behind the leafless trees of winter. 5 STARS (Keep updated at the author’s website, Susan Anne Mason dot com) Thank you to Bethany House and the author for an advance copy to review as part of the Influencer Team. My opinion is my own, and given freely. Read: September 20/21, 2016 SERIES: Courage to Dream Irish Meadows - Book#1 – 06/30/2015 A Worthy Heart – Book #2 – 01/05/2016 Love’s Faithful Promise – Book #3 – 09/13/2016 -388 pages
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    Third and final book in series!

    Love’s Faithful Promise was enjoyable to read and it was a good finale to the series. It was nice to see Connor finally find happiness. We get to catch up with all the characters from the first two novels in Courage to Dream series. I do recommend reading the first two books in the series, or it can be confusing. The O’Leary family is big (meaning a lot of characters to keep straight). It is a mushy and predictable novel, but I did like it. The writing drew me in. The characters are likeable (friendly). The messages in the novel are forgiveness, the power of prayer, having faith, God’s unfailing love, and relying on God’s wisdom and timing. I give Love’s Faithful Promise 4 out of 5 stars. It is a very good Christian historical romance novel. I look forward to reading more books by Susan Anne Mason in the future. I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. The comments and opinions expressed are strictly my own.
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