In this story, I liked how Rachel’s father gave her hope of marrying in the future by telling her his story of how he and her mom didn’t get married until she was twenty-six. It was interesting to me how Jordan pretended to like Rachel’s cooking; I think maybe he did this to encourage people to give her cooking a chance, because she might have not had the opportunity to cook as much as the other women did. There are two angels in this story (a good and a bad angel), compared to one that I remember being in the first story in this series. I loved how Rachel sought God’s will when she was presented with a decision that would change her life forever, and how she waited on his timing for an answer.
This is the second book in the “Heaven on Earth” series. I read the first book in the “Heaven on Earth” series as well and I really believe this book can be read as a stand alone novel since I had forgotten much about what happened in the first novel. There were some references as to what happened in the first novel, I didn’t get lost with all the new characters, and I didn’t read anything that caused me to need to go back and reread anything from the first novel. I am looking forward to the possibility of reading new novels from this series in the future.
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