STORY-LINE A MOTHER’S FAITH BY MADISON GRACE:
Bridget Johnson’s mother-in-law, Harriet Johnson, hates her because she’s Irish; never a good word to say to her or the children. When her husband’s killed in the line of duty as Sheriff, she’s alone and desperate. Mrs. Johnson threw her and the children out of her mansion, leaving them almost destitute and sleeping in barns. Knowing this is only a temporary solution, Bridget answers a mail order bride ad and heads west to Wyoming and Hank Dawson; who’s seeking someone to help on his farm and pull their weight.
However, prejudice exist everywhere; in the West the Indians are the recipients of everyone hatred. Hank has nothing good to say about the Indians, making Bridget wonder if she will ever escape prejudice. As they face a crisis, will Hank and Bridget’s marriage survive? My romance book review of A Mother’s Faith follows.
CHARACTERS, PLOTTING, DEVELOPMENT:
Madison Grace‘s A Mother’s Faith is a story of second chances, prejudice, faith, and family. Giving Bridget a nurturing personality, faith, and determination, Grace created exactly what Hank needs in his life. Hank’s a stand-offish man, who seems to stand apart from Bridgett and the children. However, Bridgett’s determined to forge a family unite.