Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Love's Prophet by Melissa Storm - Book Review

Could his little girl be the messenger of God's love?

Before death carried her away, Rebecca James asked her seven-year-old daughter, Molly Sue, to help her grieving father find happiness again. Now, nearly a year later, armed with her mother’s memory and a determination to find her father’s smile again, this little girl will move big mountains to make sure her plan goes off without a hitch.

When cancer claimed his beloved wife far too soon, Liam James stopped living and started settling. But thanks to the still small light left in his world, his life is about to expand in ways he can't fathom. Could his young daughter really be the answer to the prayer he hadn’t dared to speak? And will the happy-go-lucky Sunday school teacher Molly Sue hand-picks to be her new mommy agree to work through their pain in order to bring about new joy for all of them?

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My Review
Love's Prophet is the third book of the First Street Church Romances, and it's definitely an emotional one.

Liam and his daughter, Molly Sue, live on the outskirts of Sweet Grove, keeping to themselves. Molly Sue, a sweet little seven year old girl, is home-schooled while her dad toils away in his home office. And where is Molly Sue's mother, you may ask? Well...she's gone. Passed away from cancer. Nope. I'm not crying. It's just raining on my face.

Molly Sue is on a mission. Her mother gave her a job to do, and boy, is she going to do it. Determination and strength flow through this little girl, and you can't help but love how adorable she is in going about doing her job.

Her father, though, is a bit reluctant to let his daughter play matchmaker. He doesn't want to tarnish the memories of his beautiful, beloved wife, even though he can't deny his feelings for Jennifer, the happy-go-lucky Sunday school teacher his daughter insists can be her new mommy.

Is Molly Sue successful in completing her task? Well, you'll just have to read the story and see what happens.

The amount of emotion in this book is pretty amazing. You'll run the gamut while reading it. Happiness, despair, hopefulness... those are just a few of the emotions that I powered through. And, yes, I did cry in a few places. While the flashbacks of Molly Sue and her mother are hard to read, the rest of the story is lighthearted and keeps things from getting too depressing.

Love's Prophet is another hit in Melissa Storm's sweet romance series, and if you haven't yet read the first two books - Love's Prayer and Love's Promise - I highly recommend you do so ASAP. You won't regret it.

Five very well deserved stars for this one.

Author Bio 
Melissa Storm is a mother first, and everything else second. She used to write under a pseudonym, but finally had the confidence to come out as herself to the world. Her fiction is highly personal and often based on true stories. Writing is Melissa's way of showing her daughter just how beautiful life can be, when you pay attention to the everyday wonders that surround us.
Melissa loves books so much, she married fellow author Falcon Storm. Between the two of them, there are always plenty of imaginative, awe-inspiring stories to share. Melissa and Falcon also run the business Novel Publicity together, where she works as publisher, marketer, editor, and all-around business mogul. When she's not reading, writing, or child-rearing, Melissa spends time relaxing at home in the company of her two dogs, five parrots, and rescue cat. She never misses an episode of The Bachelor or her nightly lavender-infused soak in the tub.

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