A prolific writer, Loree Lough has more than seventy books, sixty short stories, and 2,500 articles in print. Her stories have earned dozens of industry and Reader’s Choice awards. A frequent guest speaker for writers’ organizations, book clubs, private and government institutions, corporations, college and high school writing programs, and more, Loree has encouraged thousands with her comedic approach to learned-the-hard-way lessons about the craft and industry. She and her husband, Larry, split their time between a home in the Baltimore suburbs and a cabin in the Allegheny Mountains.
Unbridled Hopeby Loree Lough
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Callie Roberts can't shake her sense of guilt for the steamboat explosion that killed most of her family. Micah Neville can't escape feeling obligated to protect the reputation of his cousin Dan. When he "inherits" a baby boy from a woman who claims Dan is the father, Callie steps in to help. Will their tragic pasts draw them closer or pull them apart?
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This book does teach some great Christian values and is a sweet story of acceptance, and forgiveness. Callie Roberts is a driven to make things up to her younger brother Jonah...she believes that it is her fault that he is deaf. While Micah is trying to help his cousin Dan. When Micah returns to town with a baby, it is Callie who comes to his rescue. Hard to believe a woman would give away her baby, but that same child is destined to start healing lives. Some parts of the book will have you giggling, and others are sad. Felt bad for Micah's sister who is morning the loss of her husband. I also loved the character of Gus, what a great friend he is. I enjoyed reading this fast pace book and it will make a great summer read. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Whitaker House and FirstWildCard Tour. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. 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.