Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
Grant was once an orphan. Then, he finally found a home. As an adult, he dedicated his life to providing homes for other orphans. The orphan train went through their town every two years. He would wait for the train and bring home any children that needed homes. He never planned to marry. His purpose in life was to take care of as many orphans that he could. He found satisfaction in knowing he was doing a good job.
Libby and Charlie were on the train. Their older sister, Hannah, was also on the train. No one knew that Hannah was Libby's sister. Hannah wanted to find a way to protect Libby. When she met all of the other children in Grant's care, she wanted to take care of them, too. Hannah agreed to be the school teacher in Sour Springs. She and Grant changed the lives of many.
Mary Connealy is a talented author. I really enjoyed this story and eagerly turned pages. I will be watching for more books by this author. This book clearly demonstrates faith and love. Even the town bully changed after Hannah hit town. This is a must read for fans of Christian Romance.