My Rating: 5 Stars!
‘Police Chief Mitch Rainbolt, micromanaging God. Why am I not surprised?
Sometimes you read a book that just sparks joy in your heart and makes you feel good. Finding The Road Home did that for me. I read it in less than a day and now I’m sad it’s over. I can’t wait for the next one. Tina Radcliffe brings us the first book in her new series, ‘Hearts of Oklahoma’. And it’s a super good one.
Mitchell Rainbolt is police chief of Rebel, OK, a tiny town full of extraordinarily sweet folks. Mitch raised his brothers and sisters and feels like he has to be the responsible person all the time. He hires a new deputy, Daisy Anderson, and then funds are going to be cut, so he’ll have to unhire her. Daisy has just taken on her five nieces and nephews after her sister and brother in law’s tragic deaths and now has them to support, plus her grandmother and a mortgage on a farm house. Can Mitch and Daisy and the rest of the tiny department come up with some creative ways to get more funding from the county? And just maybe, maybe, they can find a new life together?
I loved every single minute of this book. I have never been disappointed in any of Tina Radcliffe’s books, but this one just made my heart smile. Full of precious characters, even the secondary ones, and small town charm, this book is sure to be read again! And it’s one for my keeper shelf, too! Highly recommended.
*My thanks to the publisher and author for a copy of this book. The opinion expressed in this review is entirely my own.
Publisher: Love Inspired
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