Book Reviews of Song of Hope

Song of Hope
Song of Hope
Author: Marilyn Arnold
ISBN-13: 9781577344292
ISBN-10: 1577344294
Publication Date: 1/1999
Pages: 199
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Covenant Communications
Book Type: Hardcover
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For Delia McGrath, a young university professor with deep Mormon roots, a memorable summer at home in southern Utah could make all the differene as she struggles to reacquaint herself with the faith of her childhood. Recovering from a frightening brush with death, Delia finds herself in a Smithville hospital with a belligerent teenager as a roomate. This unlikely pair, for all their differences, have much to teach each other about life, trust, and relationships. And alone the way, her friendship with Gordon Foster, the BLM agent who saved her life in Slingshot Gulch, blossoms into Romance.

I enjoyed this book. It's a nice easy quick read when you want something light, but touching.