Kim Vogel Sawyer has done it again, written a wonderful book. “What once was lost” was an enjoyable read, so much so i couldn’t put it down until I read the last word in the book. I have read many books, and this one is going in my “favorites” collection. Kim Vogel Sawyer has such a style of writing that it draws the reader right into the time and place of her characters.
The book focuses on Christina, a young woman helping the poor and orphaned, who has continued the ministry her father started. Christina loved that she had a family of sorts with everyone she ministered to and loved the “feeling of family represented by this ragtag assortment of discarded humanity.”. But when tragedy strikes, her “family” must find new homes including a young boy who captures everyone’s hearts.
Levi, who owns a mill, keeps to himself to avoid getting hurt by others and the hypocrisy of the church. But when Levi agrees to watch a young boy “Tommy”, his whole life is turned upside down. Tommy “possessed an odd way of seeing with his heart since his eyes didn’t work anymore.”.
Repentance and forgiveness are all throughout this book. If you enjoy Historical Romances, then you need to read this one!
I received this book for free from Blogging for Books for this review.
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