When Love Happens Again

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When Love Happens Again

Ms. Craver has a knack for pulling at your heartstrings with her endearing characters in When Love Happens Again. I couldn't help but fall in love with Jennifer and Luke and I hoped that both of these characters could find the peace that they were looking for within themselves. They both deserved to move on with their lives and I hoped they were able to leave their heartache behind them so they could find happiness again. Although this is categorized as an inspirational story, I found that it told the tale perfectly without being too preachy for the readers. This author definitely has a talent for storytelling and I'm a true fan of her writing style. Keep up the great work!


Book Blurb for When Love Happens Again

After losing her young husband and baby son fifteen years ago, Dr. Jennifer Hunter is determined never to marry again. Losing loved ones is just too painful.

A friend introduces Jennifer to Alex Brunsman and suggests she hire him to renovate her old farmhouse. Instantly attracted to the widowed contractor, Jennifer refuses Alex’s help. But after she gets injured working on a fireplace, she gives in.

Alex clearly wants more than a business relationship, and Jennifer guards her heart. His kisses make her yearn for a future once denied her. Alex falls in love with her but finds tearing down the walls in Jennifer’s house is easier than breaking through her protective shell. Alex and Jennifer must overcome the shadows of the past and find the courage to love again.

Jennifer and her uncle, Father Ryan, have a radio show called Hour of Healing. Dr. Hunter gives advice in a beautiful and sensitive way to difficult questions from callers. But their show causes a vengeful arsonist to want the doctor to feel pain. After his cruel act occurs, God brings good out of the tragedy for several hurting people.

Note: Previously published as NO GREATER LOSS with Samhain Publishing. Revisions were made when reissued under the new title.


Night Owl Reviews May, 2011 5.00