I enjoyed reading this story of forgiveness. Molly and Kurt each have pasts that they need to learn to get through. They each must work through a lot of pain. This really makes you think. I received a copy of this book from Celebratelit for a fair and honest opinion that I gave of my own free will.
I give this a four out of five stars.
After serving six years in prison for the false charge of manslaughter in the death of his wife, Kurt Jansen must overcome a world of bitterness if he wants to start a new life. But his first priority is securing a restoration job to pay a private investigator to find the real killer and a lawyer to get his kids back.
Hiring a convicted wife-killer isn’t what kind-hearted Molly Finnerty bargains for as part of the prison ministry she supports. However, she begins to believe Kurt’s claim of innocence and gradually finds a great deal to like about him—perhaps more to like than she should.
Can they overcome the past and find forgiveness and love?