Madeline had been trained to grow herbs and make medicine by the best herbalists in her community, but in the wild Oregon Outback finding a husband is the only proper occupation for a single lady. Madeline left the Shaker community, but her devotion to God and the principle of celibacy, are unchanged. Finding a husband to direct her life is her last priority.
But her sister and guardian is just as stubborn as Madeline. Madeline will marry, whether she wants to or not.
Unfortunately for Madeline, finding a husband isn't simply a matter of falling in love. Some men are off limits, no matter how they make your heart thunder.
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I'll admit that this isn't the type of book I would have normally picked up, but I'm so glad I read it. Hearts to God is such a romantic story of a strong woman who decides to go against the grain and can't understand why people are not being treated equally. The love she developed for Doc Lee, a mixed-race citizen, is both heartwarming and tear-jerking as the scenes of racism unfold. I highly recommend this book to anyone who love Christian romance.