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Review: Love’s Bright Tomorrow

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Review: Love’s Bright Tomorrow

Love’s Bright Tomorrow by Naomi Rawlings
Reviewed by: Pam Graber
Genre: Historical Romance
Publisher: Cedar Lake Press
Publication Date: February 5, 2018

Well, I just stayed up far too late to finish this book! What a fantastic ending to Naomi Rawlings’ Eagle Harbor series. Love’s Bright Tomorrow brings back all the friends I met in the previous books and expands on each of their lives since the completion of their respective stories. I’m going to miss these fictional people!

Aileen Brogan has been fending off Sheriff Isaac Cummings’ interest almost since the beginning of the series so when Love’s Bright Tomorrow focuses in on Aileen, it’s almost a relief to find that she’s not as indifferent as she tries to appear. Can she get past the stumbling block in her mind to take a chance on love with Isaac?

Isaac took the sheriff’s job when fear drove him from the family fishing boat. He feels broken, less than, and like he doesn’t have much to offer. Aileen makes him want to be a better man. When danger comes to Eagle Harbor, can he keep the town and Aileen safe from the evil that seems to keep placing her in the middle of the action?

With themes of God’s mercy and grace for our human mistakes, or in some cases our misplaced guilt, Love’s Bright Tomorrow gently points readers to a God whose love is sufficient for any downfall. There’s plenty of action to keep readers flipping pages (and staying up WAY too late!) to see how the hero or heroine gets out of their latest mess. I love that the Eagle Harbor series is set in Michigan’s UP – a place I’ve actually visited. I have no trouble picturing the vastness or the wildness of Lake Superior, partly because I’ve been there. Ms. Rawlings does a stellar job of taking me back there with each Eagle Harbor book. I’m going to miss these mental trips to Michigan!

Love’s Bright Tomorrow will appeal to the historical romance reader, especially. There’s enough suspense and mystery to keep readers who like a little more excitement happy, too. It can be read as a standalone novel but is so much better read as part of the series. I highly recommend!

Rated G: I didn’t see anything worrisome here.

Reviewer’s copy was provided by the Publisher. Thank you!


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