About the Book
Tracy Cassidy a self-reliant ER nurse has to choose between pursuing her dream job in another city or staying to help support her mother’s faltering ministry…Even if it means falling in love with the kind of man she said she’d never marry.
Tom Delaney a hyper-vigilant cop and single father to an adolescent son is happy to keep his wounded heart protected behind his Kevlar. But he can no longer deny his growing love for Tracy. Problem is she’s not looking to be the community’s next cop widow. Like her mom.
In order to free his heart to answer God’s call to love again he’ll need to dump the years of bitterness he’s carried toward his ex and offer her forgiveness. And should the call come to pursue Tracy’s heart will he answer?
In My Opinion
This debut novel written by Mary Felkins features two main characters whose past experiences have shut them off from certain relationships—to the point it seems impossible anything can work between them.
There is a lot happening throughout Call to Love that keeps the story interesting but at times, the descriptive phrases and “cop talk” are a little much, tending to bog the pace down here and there.
However, as a first book from Felkins, the character development is superb and the way the supporting cast and the storylines intertwine throughout the story are done well. I also appreciated that things didn’t always play out as I expected. There were arguments, misunderstandings, and hurt feelings, which made this more true-to-life than fairy tale.
*This is a review of a purchased copy of the eBook