I was provided this book by BookSneeze in exchange for an honest review. I was thrilled when I saw The House That Love Built by Beth Wiseman on the available book list, as I have enjoyed previous books by her.
Wiseman did not disappoint. This book moved very quickly and I felt involved in the character's lives from the beginning. Brooke is a young widow with two children, not interested in looking for love or even making new friends. However, Owen moves to town and things begin to change.
Some aspects of the story are rather predictable but there are also some surprising twists and turns as well. The time spans between chapters varied - sometimes feeling like a chapter was left out. But Wiseman filled the reader in well.
Overall, this was a great easy read (with a cheesy looking cover) with lessons for us all on not keeping secrets, forgiving, and allowing God to work in our lives. Four stars.