A Stolen Heart, by Amanda Cabot


Amanda Cabot is one of Christian fiction’s most reliable authors. She pens contemporary romances as well as historical romances. I’ve enjoyed them all.

This latest offering, set in 1880 Texas, is a very sweet romance–appropriate for a story featuring a heroine who makes candy and runs a candy store for a living. Learn a little about candy-making as you enjoy this fictional romance.

The set-up is pretty creative, the villains or suspected villains not predictable. Cabot builds suspense to a comfortable level, then lets the reader enjoy the story without reader’s nerves being on edge too much! In other words, it’s a relaxing read with a mystery that adds dimension but doesn’t dominate.

I am happy to have had the opportunity to read this book and do this review. 🙂

2 thoughts on “A Stolen Heart, by Amanda Cabot

  1. Thanks so much for taking the time to read and review A Stolen Heart. I’m delighted that you enjoyed the story. As a side note, as someone who enjoys playing the piano, I loved the picture of the book on a keyboard.

    • Your books are among the best, reliably interesting books releasing these days in the inspy market. All three of my children play piano, this shot was taken with my middle child’s baby grand.

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