Searching for Home by author Jill Weatherholt is a delightful Christian contemporary romance. It is part of the Love Inspired Inspirational Romance series books. I enjoyed it immensely.
This is the story of Meg. She is a sort of Wonder Woman. Meg leads a busy life as she takes care of her sister’s triplets along with her other responsibilities. She is a physical therapist, runs a B&B, and now mother to her two nieces and nephew.
Things get turned upside down when she welcomes a new patient and resident into her B&B. Luke is a friend from her past. He is a rodeo cowboy that left to make it big. Now he has returned home and needs Meg’s help to recover. Will they still have a spark?
Children can make a story even better. What’s better than one child? How about triplets! They are adorable, honest, and funny. The author has done a fantastic job with the characters in this book. They are relatable and realistic. I wanted to become friends with Meg. Her character was lovely.
The storyline was interesting. The story flowed at a nice pace. There were a few twists and the children were endearing. They captured my heart. This is a story of hope, love, and second chances.
I recommend this sweet book. It can easily be read in an evening and will leave you feeling encouraged. I rate it 4 out of 5 stars. A copy was provided by Celebrate Lit but these are my own words.
About the Book
Book: Searching for Home
Author: Jill Weatherholt
Genre: Inspirational Romance
Release date: December 28, 2021
Can three little matchmakers lasso a cowboy father?
When injured professional bull rider Luke Beckett returns to his hometown to recover, he doesn’t expect his B and B host and physical therapist to be his first and only love, Meg Brennan. He’s also unprepared for Meg’s adorable triplets to steal his heart. Luke’s past has him doubting he’s good enough for Meg and the children, but they might be just what the doctor ordered to help him heal…
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About the Author
By day, Jill Weatherholt works for the City of Charlotte. At night, and on the weekend, she writes contemporary stories about love, faith and forgiveness for Harlequin Love Inspired.
Raised in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., she now resides in Charlotte, North Carolina, but her heart belongs to Virginia.
She holds a degree in Psychology from George Mason University and Paralegal Studies Certification from Duke University.
She shares her life with her real-life hero and number one supporter. Their relationship grew on the golf course, and now they have one in their backyard.
Jill believes in enjoying every moment of this journey because God has everything under control.
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It happened in slow motion.
I was traveling on the interstate at 65 mph, in the far-left lane. The traffic was heavy but moving.
Then the unthinkable happened. A wheelbarrow fell off the back of a pickup truck in front of my car.
Swerving to my right lane wasn’t an option, it was full of cars. The left shoulder was narrow and led to a steep drop off.
I gripped the wheel and had a split second to weigh my options. If I maintained my course, the wheelbarrow would burst through my windshield. If I went to the right, I could cause a multi-car pileup. There was a tractor trailer close behind me, so I couldn’t hit my brakes.
I prepared myself for the worst. Then I prayed to God to help me.
Moments later, when I was safely off the interstate, I burst into tears. I was still alive. No one was injured. But how? I couldn’t recall how I got to the exit ramp. How was I able to guide my car around the wheelbarrow?
Later, I realized that God was truly in control of my life. Growing up in the church and listening to my grandmother, I had always known God loved me. But that day, I felt His love more than I ever had my life. He wanted me to live. But why?
I’d like to think that He wasn’t quite finished with me. That maybe He had better things in store for me. Perhaps He blessed me with a gift to weave together a story that can give a person hope. A story that can bring a little light into what is sometimes a dark and scary world. After all, I didn’t grow up wanting to be a writer. Like that day on the interstate, it’s all God’s goodness.
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6 thoughts on “Searching for Home Book Tour by Celebrate Lit”
Thank you for your review on “Searching for Home” by Jill Weatherholt and for being part of the Celebrate Lit blog tour.
This story is as fabulous as the cover is adorable. However, I’d expect nothing else from this author whose books are always exceptional. I look forward with great anticipation to each new release.
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Thank you so much for your sweet words of encouragement, Kay. I appreciate your friendship!
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Thank you for your wonderful review, Nyla. I’m happy you enjoyed reading Meg and Luke’s story. I love that you wanted to be friends with Meg! I appreciate you sharing your thoughts.
This sounds like a fun story! I think triplets in real life would be almost more than I could handle, though.
I really think I will enjoy this! Thanks for sharing!
Thank you for sharing your wonderful review!