Jill Weatherholt: A Home For Her Daughter

It’s so comforting to read about good, honest people who care about each other.

A Home for Her Daughter is the fourth novel in Jill Weatherholt’s Love Inspired Series. The novel is character driven with the three stars Janie and her joyful, whimsical daughter Riley and Drew, a man Janie once had a high school crush on. I found it easy to get into the story and Jill made her characters come alive in a calm setting that I could easily visualize.

Both Janie and Drew have been hurt by love. For Janie hers was by an abusive husband and Jill Weatherholt shows the realistic long lasting damaging effects which abuse can have on a person. Not just physical abuse but psychological abuse. Janie believes that she is good at nothing while Drew carries with him the guilt over his wife and young daughter’s deaths.  

After her divorce from her abusive husband, Janie moves with her daughter to her home town, a beautiful place where everyone helps each other.  There she meets up with Drew, of all places, in a notary’s office, where they are both mentioned in a will. The catch: they must work together to build a camp for young children.

Although there are obvious sparks and chemistry between Janie and Drew their past pain keeps them from going there. Neither feel worthy of having a relationship. And neither is willing or ready to share the cause of their pain.

This is a very tender romance story which I found pure pleasure in reading. It’s compelling how three people can have such a strong loving bond together. This is a story about hope and how the world is a soft place when inhabited by kindness, caring, loving and the unwillingness to hurt anyone.

I’ve read two of her novels in this series (A Mother for his Twins and Second Chance Romance). After reading  A Home for Her Daughter I think it’s safe to say that you can count on Jill Weatherholt to deliver a story filled with tenderness, hope and a longing for goodness.  

28 thoughts on “Jill Weatherholt: A Home For Her Daughter

  1. This sounds like a very uplifting sort of story, Carol. And right now, it is nice to hear about stories where people care about each other and are compassionate.

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  2. Totally agree – I haven’t read Jill’s newest book, but I’ve read 2 of her others and thought they were great – just like you say, good and honest people who care about each other and face realistic problems. Thanks for the review! I’ll be reading A Home for Her Daughter too 🙂

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  3. What a wonderful surprise, Carol. After a long day, to read your lovely review was a highlight. Thank you so much. I’m happy you enjoyed reading Janie and Drew’s story. I had a good time creating their own happily ever after. They deserved it! Thank you for your kindness. xo

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