Book Reviews of Song of Her Heart (Mellow Years) (Love Inspired)

Song of Her Heart (Mellow Years) (Love Inspired)
Song of Her Heart - Mellow Years - Love Inspired
Author: Irene Brand
ISBN-13: 9780373872077
ISBN-10: 0373872070
Publication Date: 2/1/2003
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Steeple Hill
Book Type: Paperback
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Child therapy using horses and animals is very useful. This book is a romance book and it also tells about how child therapy can done with animals. A widower and a Christian woman, Norah, find that together they can make a huge difference in kid's lives. But will Widower Mason give up his stubborness long enough to make what is now their dream for the ranch work? It is fun to watch their relationship grow.
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As a teenager, Norah Williamson believed she had a calling from God, but she had put everything on hold for the sake of her family. Now her obligations were over, and she was finally ready to pursue her own dreams.

Widower Mason King had lost all hope of ever seeeing his dreams come true - dreams of a Christian wife, and of children growing up to inherit his family's ranch. The emotions his new cook, Norah, stirred in him were the last thing he expected to feel again.

But whatever Norah and Mason had planned, it looked as though both their futures were in the capable hands of a higher power.
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Most of the people in this book, as with most works of fiction, are created in the author's imagination.
It is with great interest that I learn such is not the case with author Mari Sandoz and her pioneer father, "Old Jules". I am looking forward to reading the books that she has written!

http://www.marisandoz.org/about.html