‘Finding Her Voice’ by Donna Gartshore

About The Book
Overcoming their differences

Could be the answer to all their problems

Bridget Connelly dreams of buying her boss’s veterinary clinic and starting her own business—but so does auditor Sawyer Blume. Despite her trust issues toward men, it’s hard to stay rivals when Sawyer’s traumatized daughter bonds with Bridget’s adorable pup. And when another buyer tries to outbid them both, working together might give them everything they want…including each other.

From Love Inspired: Uplifting stories of faith, forgiveness and hope.

About Donna Gartshore
Donna Gartshore loves reading and writing. She also writes short stories, poetry and devotions. She often veers off to the book section in the grocery store when she should be buying food. Besides talking about books and writing, Donna loves spending time with her daughter, Sunday family suppers , and engaging online with the writing community.

My Rating: 5 Stars!
‘He grasped the indescribable experience of finding God on the other side of the darkness and realized that He had been there the whole time, carrying him through.’

I’d never read a book by this author before and I’m very glad I did, because one of the themes here ministered to a situation I’d been having in my own walk with the Lord. It was very well written and very God-honoring. The plot was a good one and the author knows how to flesh out a character well.

Lessons can be learned here, too. Sometimes things happen to us in life, hurtful, even devasting things. We can trust God through these things, or we can be bitter at Him for not rescuing us. But we need to remember this one thing: God can redeem ALL our hurts and sorrows and redirect our paths. This one is for the keeper shelf.

My thanks to the publisher and author for a copy of this book. The opinion in this review is entirely my own.

Print length

219 pages


Love Inspired
Publication date

August 23, 2022


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