[Book Review] Finding Becky(Winds Across The Prairie, bk 3) by Martha Rogers

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About the Book:
Rob Frankston has waited four years for Becky Haynes to come home, but she arrives back in Barton Creek, newly graduated from college with an independent spirit that puzzles him. Believing the old Becky is hidden beneath her façade of newfound independence, he is determined to find and bring her back. Is it just jealousy? Or, will he find answers and convince Becky to return to the faith of her childhood before it’s too late?

About the Author:
Martha Rogers is a freelance author of both fiction and non-fiction and a speaker. Her stories and articles have appeared in a number of compilations and magazines. Her first fiction novella was released in 2007.

Her experiences as a public school teacher, Sunday school teacher, youth leader, First Place leader, Mom and Grandmother give Martha a unique field of ministry.

Martha is am alumni of CLASS and is available to speak at Women’s Retreats, conferences, and luncheons on topics of interest to women of all ages.

My Review:
I absolutely ADORE Martha’s work. She is a seasoned author who incorporates God’s love in every one of her books. When I open one of her books, it’s like coming home each and every time! The hearts of her readers instantly become the characters in her stories, making the readers experience absolutely unforgettable.

This is a FANTASTIC series. Barton Creek is a town I wish I could be a part of. Finding Becky takes us back to that sweet town, but added to the sweet story is a new character names Geoff Kensington……he brings along some mischief and mayhem when he arrives in town on the same train that brings Becky Haynes back into lovable Rob Frankston’s life. But, Becky is long lost, and in her place is Miss Rebecca Haynes, the newly sophisticated woman journalist who’s determined to stand up for woman’s rights.

But God, through Rob’s affections for her, shows Miss Rebecca Haynes she’ll ALWAYS be Becky. Through Rob, God helps Becky find herself, Him, and even true love.

The spiritual messages once again flow strong, in this addition to Martha Roger’s series. I highly recommend this book, along with Becoming Lucy and Morning for Dove, with 5 stars and two thumbs up. Book 4, Caroline’s Choice, sounds just as fantastic and I can’t wait to dive in!

You can purchase your copy here
*A copy of this book was provided for review by StrangBookGroup*

10 January, 2011
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