I have read many of this author's books and love this one the most I cried, and rejoiced with the stories of each character The characters were so real and their stories were stories of so many women and girls today. If I had the means I would build a home for the same reason and would call it Louise's, in memory of my mom!
I loved the book as a continuation of the Sweeney sisters series. It was very immersive and I was intrested to see what happened to the characters. The immersive experience was interrupted with the use of some words in the story. For instance, Faith was "mortified" when her abusive husband was released from jail. Terrified, horrified I can understand but why would she be embarrassed? A character about to be interviewed had make up "smeared" on her face. When there was a crisis a character "waltzed" around while trying to find cell reception. Each time I was pulled out of the story in confusion. Maybe a minor edit could be done?
After staying up way too late last night finishing my Kindle copy of Ashley Farley's Home for Wounded Hearts, I'm grateful for coffee this morning! Home for Wounded Hearts is the continuation of the story of the Sweeney Sisters in a whole new and exciting way with a bright future for the familiar characters and new ones introduced in this book. I can't wait to see where this story line goes :)
What a great story. It makes you feel in so many ways. Faith wants to help women who need it after what she's been through even though now she's in a great marriage. And that's the start of her shelter and where the story takes place. This is the story of Faith's shelter and the women living there. Each has their own hurdles and problems but they also make a family in their own way. When one of their own is in trouble they work together the way family does. A story that you must read!