Hope Makes A Decision By Annie Boone

Hope Makes A Decision


Annie Boone’s  Book #2 of The Parson’s Daughters Series

An Independent Woman Meets

Her Match In Man And God




Story Line:

Annie Boone has penned the second novel in The Parson’s Daughters Series.  In this novel, you will find Hope determined to start her own business and spread her wings.


She wants to be an independent business woman.  She doesn’t have time for a man or love.  At least that is what she thought just as she thought she didn’t need God.


Her faith in God is waxing and waning; she can’t believe as sisters Faith and Charity.  Sure she was raised in the same Christian home and periodically goes to Church, but she just can’t connect with the community or God.

…..She didn’t doubt the power of the Lord, she just wasn’t sure how to grow in Him like her sisters.


Faith and Charity see God in everything;  Hope not so much.  She feels  it is her hard work that will give her success. She is the one that has taught herself seamstress skills, and she will be the one to make her business a success.

Andrew is new in town and becomes interested in Hope.  Hope’s lack of commitment to God and Church is a bone of contention between them.



Characters, Plotting And Development:,

Author Annie Boone developed Hopes character skillfully as she journeys through connecting with God, her community, and Andrew.

Ms. Boone created a strong man of faith in Andrew.  Andrew will not betray his beliefs by entertaining an attachment to a woman who is not solid in her faith.

….Not all men will care about your faith or lack of, I however do care…. I need a Godly woman in my life…If that’s not you, then I want to break this off before either of us is hurt more than we need to be.

Andrew is a strong man who stands by his principles.  I loved this about him.

This is a turning point for Hope.  Hope comes to understand the faith Charity and Faith possess and realizes what is really important in her life.





I liked this book. I loved that Andrew was a strong man firm in his beliefs.

It was a little slow for me in the beginning but I quickly became involved in Hope’s dreams, aspirations, conflicted emotions and final resolution.


This is a clean Christian novel.  I would recommend this book to anyone that likes clean Christian western romance with strong characters of faith.  I feel if you like this genre as I do, you will enjoy this book and the series.


I received this novel from the author in return for an honest book review.


Book reviews of any novel are dependent on the book review author’s opinion;  book reviews on line and on my blog www.verasbookreviewsandstuff.com under my name are my opinion.



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