To Win Her Heart

To Win Her Heart

by Karen Witemeyer
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angelmom1165 More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed To Win Her Heart very much. It was very easy to get caught up in the small town of Spencer, Texas. The characters were wonderful and somewhat unique in their background from anything I had read before. I loved the easy pace of the time period. And I enjoyed the library. If I had lived in that time period that would have been my dream, to own and run a library. The lessons about forgiveness that you will find on these pages are ones we all need to remember when we live our daily lives. It's easy to judge someone for where they live, how they dress, who their parents are, and their past mistakes, etc. But God loves the person, faults and all. And His forgiveness covers the mutitude of sins in each of our lives if we ask. We need to learn to let them go and allow people to move forward in the new life they are given through Christ.
KeliGwyn More than 1 year ago
Karen Witemeyer can write. And how! I thought her first two books were great and knew To Win Her Heart would be, too, but I was wrong. This story is awesome! I didn't think she could top A Tailor-made Bride or Head in the Clouds, but she did. Her two main characters in To Win Her Heart are so well crafted that I was in love with them by the end of the first chapter. Levi Grant is one of the most sympathetic heroes I've read in a long time: a man of faith, integrity, and honor who stole my heart. Not that he's perfect. Far from it. And yet he's a wonderful example of redemption personified. Eden Spencer is a godly woman with rigid standards, but she's loyal, loving, and willing to learn, which she does. The story pulled me in from the start and kept me flipping pages into the wee hours. I laughed, cried, and sighed as Levi and Eden worked through their rather substantial differences. The charming secondary characters are an added bonus, and the ending is a delight. If you're a fan of inspirational historical romance, I highly recommend To Win Her Heart-along with Witemeyer's other two books.
wfnren More than 1 year ago
Having strength to keep your promise to God Levi Grant has a past, he's killed a man and spent time in prison, now he's trying to start over. He found the Lord in prison, should I say he found him again since he was raised with the Lord in his life. The only one in Spencer, Texas that knows of his past is the preacher who is helping him get started as the new blacksmith for the town.  Eden Spencer has a past that the whole town knows about, a town named after her family, and has turned from looking for a husband to running a library. She has to approve the new blacksmith but isn't sure about him because of his hesitant way of talking. Finally after he offers a one month trial period, Eden agrees to let him take over.  The sheriff 'considers' himself engaged to Eden, Eden shuns him every time he tries to act possesive. Levi is beginning to be a thorn in the sheriff's side. Eden refuses to let Levi borrow books from the library because she doesn't want him coming in regularly to exchange books. He won't even say her name, calls her Ma'am even after she insists he call her Miss Spencer because Ma'am makes her feel decrepit. Her plan backfires though because he comes in daily so he can sit and read, I mean, if you can't take the book home and you want to read that is the only way, but she can't take back the two week residency requirement now.  When the sheriff begins to feel really threatened by Levi's presence and he has found out about his past, his plan to bring Levi down is soon set into motion, will it work to get him to leave town or be reincarcerated?  I really liked this book, and would recommend it to others. I have read other books by Karen and started a new one already, Short-Straw Bride and I have Stealing the Preacher in my stack of to read books. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was one of the best books I have ever read. I am going to buy a few of these as gifts for some people that I know. This book is that good! The characters were well-developed and the plot moved forward at a good pace. The author addressed so many issues and stereotypes in a realistic manner. I know my friends and relatives can relate to the pain of judgmental people.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! I got it for free but i would of paid for it! I think the author is very gifted and it was a great story of forgiveness, love and Gods redemption. I highly recommend this book and i will be reading more of her books!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No porn was a plus.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Will read more by this author
AnnieMarch26 More than 1 year ago
I truly believe that everyone should be blessed enough to have a Chloe and/or an Ornery in their lives.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fabulous book with a lot of wisdom in it! If people took the time to be true Christians, like the hero and heroine in this book, our world would be a much better place! This book has so many great parts that I was sad to see it end! Thank you to the author! Just please write faster because I've read all your books now :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a wonderful romance about second chances. I fell in love with the lead hero Levi while reading. It also showes Gods ultimate love for us no matter our past. This was such an easy read. I've found that all of Karen Witemeyers' books I find a way to finish them within a day. Just can't be parted from them long. 10+ stars!!!
Heidi_Reads More than 1 year ago
One of my favorites by Karen Witemeyer and a great one to re-read! Levi is in my top 5 fictional heroes I'm crushing on. He totally carries the story for me, there are so many layers to him even though he appears simple. Eden is delightful and we have a love for books and flower-pressing in common. Their blossoming friendship is lovely and the special moments they share are so romantic!
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Easy read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book Good reading.
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An enjoyable, if predictable book. A sweet romance, a man changing his life and a sermon or two, not to mention a villian so obvious that a handle bar mustache and a black cape would be overkill.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really good story, plot, characters, inspirational and fun!
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Good story, fast read. I will read more by this author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good story!
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Not as good as "Stealing the preacher" but still a 4 star reading
shelle045 More than 1 year ago
Hard to get into at first...a little slow. But it turned out to be a great read :)
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