A Reluctant Melody

A Reluctant Melody

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Kit Barnes bolstered his worth with alcohol and ruined more lives than his own. Now sober, he wants to make amends by opening a mission for drunkards. But the most suitable location belongs to Joanna Cranston Stewart, a woman Kit spurned.

Now a reclusive widow, Joanna will let the walls of her rundown property crumble before she allows Kit to possess anything else of hers.

When a blackmailer threatens to reveal Joanna’s long-held secret, will she risk losing everything she owns to Kit … including her heart?

A Reluctant Melody by Sandra Ardoin

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Kit Barnes bolstered his worth with alcohol and ruined more lives than his own. Now sober, he wants to make amends by opening a mission for drunkards. But the most suitable location belongs to Joanna Cranston Stewart, a woman Kit spurned.

Now a reclusive widow, Joanna will let the walls of her rundown property crumble before she allows Kit to possess anything else of hers.

When a blackmailer threatens to reveal Joanna’s long-held secret, will she risk losing everything she owns to Kit … including her heart?

A Reluctant Melody by Sandra Ardoin

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1 review for A Reluctant Melody

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Review Title: Don’t Be Reluctant to Read! (review of A Reluctant Melody by Sandra Ardoin)
    Reviewer: Janice S. Garey

    This story is so well paced, and the kind of book you hate to see end because you get so attached to the characters. I loved seeing the contrast between those who are judgemental and those who follow God’s way of giving grace.

    The cast of characters contains young ladies who have been drawn into situations in which they became pregnant out of wedlock during a time when they were treated with disrespect and shame. Also, men who are reformed alcoholics set up a home to try to help men out of a life of alcoholism. Other characters include wealthy donors who need to be pleased, and a nontraditional suitor who has secrets to hide.

    The story is complex yet easy to follow. I never felt confused by the presentation of the storyline. The plot has good romantic development along with the unraveling of a whodunit. I believe all Christians would appreciate this story. Someone who does not feel favorable toward Christianity might feel it has more references to the faith and God’s word than they like in their reading. I appreciate how the story shows the benefits of a faith based program to defeat addictions.

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