Secure in God's guidance, Virginia rushes into marriage with Jonathan. But right away, they forgo a honeymoon so that Jonathan can build their house on his horse ranch. Even after they move to the ranch, the amount of time Jonathan must spend training the horses dissatisfies Virginia. When her best friend abandons her child, Jonathan and Virginia open their arms and their hearts. In the process, Virginia learns that love shared is returned many times over.
More challenges for Virginia, but this time around, she has Jonathan by her side as her helpmate. She grows up so much. You would think that with all the sacrifices she made in last book would be the end, but being a newlywed and sharing still so much? God blesses her through all, and she really enjoys it all in the end. Great book, nice part of the series.
posted July 17, 2005
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