Sarah McCabe knows exactly what she wants...but what does God want for her?
The year is 1866, and Sarah McCabe has wanderlust. In an effort to become independent of her family back in Missouri, she accepts a governess position in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, giving her a firsthand taste of the life she has always desired - a life of luxury, culture, and social privilege.
Richard Navis is a man determined to finish his indentureship to Captain Brian Sinclair and take over his family's farm. But when he falls inlove with Sarah, his homesteading goals blur. She doesn't seem interested in settling down. What's more, Richard fears she's fallen victim to the captain's charm and persuasion.
When Sarah's reputation is questioned, Richard devises a bold plan in hopes of protecting her. But is he too late? Has Sarah already made her choice?
In Uncertain Heart, Andrea Kuhn Boeshaar continues the dramatic saga of the McCabe family that she began in Unwilling Warrior.
I really enjoyed this book. Sarah struggles to be independent from her family but turns to them when situations go beyond her control. She also struggles with her feelings towards both Richard and the Captain when both show her attention. Richard acts like a gentleman around Sarah while Captain Sinclair is a complete rogue. Sarah's love of the captain's children complicates matters when her reputation is questioned. She has to choose between staying with them and risking her reputation more or going back home to her family and leaving everything and everyone behind. Even though this is the second book in this saga, I followed the characters and story very easily. Book Three, Unexpected Love, is due out in January 2011. I am looking forward to reading it and hope to read the first one too. This is a wonderful book!!!
Andrea Kuhn Boeshaar is a certified Christian life coach; a popular speaker at writers' conferences, workshops, and women's groups; and the author of more than thirty published novels and novellas, including Unwilling Warrior.
This book was provided by Glass Road Public Relations for review without compensation.