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Light of the Heart Regina Andrews Contemporary Romance Heat Rating: 1

Stained-glass artist Cascade Preston has overcome a childhood shadowed by domestic violence in Sterling Lakes. When she is approached to design windows for a refurbished church, she ignores the request. But the no-nonsense Project Manager Dan McQuay needs her plans. Will Cascade be able to keep the cocoon she has built around herself intact, or will McQuay break through and shine new light into her heart? Review: Regina Andrew’s Light of the Heart is the first novel in the Sterling Lake series, an inspirational series that

reflects on faith and relationships. This novel focuses on forgiving those who have hurt us in the past and trusting and having faith in not only yourself but in God. Cascade’s history with her home town has everything to do with the abuse her mother received at the hands of Cascade’s father. She hasn’t forgiven those that stood by and did nothing to assists her family. Dan is the challenging aspect that forces Cascade to look beyond herself to what God has planned for her. I liked this story but I found it at times to be underdeveloped. I would have liked to see the characters more well-rounded so the relationships formed would be more believable. This was a nice story that I’m sure many looking for an inspirational story would enjoy | Reviewer: Stacie Carrier |

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