Summary

Peggy Iverson fears working at the camp with Gavin McKenzie, but she agrees to it since he convinces her he is a new man. Gavin is counseled by Reverend Billy Croft, and learns some truths that change his life. He hates that Peggy fears him, and he sets out to show her he is reborn in Christ. One thing leads to another at camp, and he ends up asking Peggy if he can court her in order to convince Violet to forgive and forget, but he falls in love with Peggy in the process. Violet gives him an impossible ultimatum, instead. Which offer will he chose?
©2016 Barbara Goss (P)2017 Barbara Goss
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4 out of 5 stars
By Layla on 09-10-17

Great Book!

I loved this one more then A shadow of hope. I believe this is the last in this series.
I liked Gavin in this story, he tries hard to get over his problem as well as being good to others even when they have negative thoughts towards him. This showes his true character. I felt sorry for him becuase he made a mistake that he tries to fix it but some one would not give him a second chance and gives him an ultimatum. He doesn't blame them, he blames himself.
I loved peggy in this book and I loved how she fought for Gavin and how she acted opposite to him. Where he is more forgiving and blames himself, she blames others for the way they feel about him. She stuck with him and tries to make him happy and he for her. I felt this is what true love is. You fight for each other in the worse times. I still don't like violet. I did not like her in a shadow of hope and I don't like her here!

Would recommend this book!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Zena on 10-10-17

Conquering hardships

In this story we revisit what was a very troubled person's life, Gavin's, and see the changes he and his faith have made to not only his life, but to that of the people around him. He slowly conquers all the hardships thrown at him and finds a steady and beautiful life and love with Peggy.
This book is beautifully written with many touching scenes in it. Barbara Goss' talent is such that she takes you from hating what Gavin did in a previous story to liking or even loving the new man.
Tristan Wright is so talented with a really amazing voice and such fantastic control of it too. His use of it is so amazing that I really had to listen carefully to make sure that his female interpretations were not in fact done by another person.
What an amazing team he and Barbara Goss have turned out to be! A great story and a fantastic interpretation of it. Thank you.
The audiobook version was provided by the author at no cost and this is my honest and unbiased review.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Marcine on 18-09-17

Recommended for historical romance readers

If this is the final of the Shadow Series, i'll look forward to the next Goss series. She never misses. Bad guy? Good guy? I won't tell, but this book proves that no one is beyond redemption. This book was very entertaining, and if it's the last in the series, then it ended with a grand slam. All of this came together nicely by Audible reader Tristan Wright's super job on narration.

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