3 out of 4 stars
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Author A.E. Hanaway takes the reader on a mysterious adventure in The Miracle of Green. Mandy Brown is desperate to escape the horrors of her past. The traumatic memories haunt and disrupt many of her waking hours, and most of her sleep. She sets off on a journey with plans to ensure her family's physical safety, but Mandy soon discovers that she needs much more, and an unlikely source just might provide all that she needs.
Mandy Brown is on the run. Her abusive husband's reign of terror didn't end with his violent demise. After the loss of her mother, Mandy received word that her husband's family wants to take the couple's two sons into their custody. They cannot take her boys. Caring for them is the only thing keeping her alive. Mandy and her boys find themselves under the protection of a handsome stranger and his family after a few wrong turns and frustrating car troubles.
Mandy and her sons have inherited a supernatural ability, and she soon realizes that her hosts share the same gift. In spite of their kind hospitality, Mandy is not completely sure that they are safe on the Carmon family's ranch. However, her healing experiences give her the motivation to overcome her fears and pain to open her heart to the possibility of love and contentment with her protector, Jason, on the Circle C Ranch.
I connected to Mandy right away. No matter the circumstances, motherhood comes first. Danger seemed to be lurking around every corner. My concern for Mandy and her sons kept me engaged in the story. Mandy is just flawed enough to be relatable, and Jason is the perfect mysterious romance hero. This is a book for romance genre lovers. The romantic moments in this book are well written and pleasant to read. A reader looking for action, or the magic of the supernatural will be let down by this story.
I give this book 3 out of 4 stars. The many misspellings and grammatical errors are a huge disappointment. I was constantly distracted by the errors. Also, Mandy almost never uses her supernatural abilities. At times, I wondered if these abilities were figments of her imagination. However, this story held my attention through to the end. I love these characters. It was enjoyable to spend time with them on the ranch, and I was sorry when it came to an end.
The Miracle of Green
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