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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

In Every Heartbeat By Kim Vogel Sawyer

Three orphans. Three best friends. Three very different spirits. Libby Conley, a young woman who really never seemed to act (according to her friends) like a girl, with her strong ambitions. Pete Leidig, a handicapped man who knows he has been put on this earth to become a minister. And last but not least Bennett Martin, all he wants is to be happy and have fun, start a real family of his own, the American dream.
I found it refreshing to read about orphans because I know I would've reacted the exact same way Alice-Marie and the other women at the university did when they found out Libby was an orphan. Refreshing to know that I shouldn't feel sorry for or look down upon any orphan because many (well at least these three) don't feel sorry for themselves.
I read In Every Heartbeat rather quickly. It was pretty much an easy read, with such a believable love story, and God wrapped around the whole thing even when you might think he is not. I loved it!

I was given a complimentary copy of this book by Bethany House Publishers in exchange for an honest review.

Jessie D


  1. Jessie, thank you for taking the time to read and review IN EVERY HEARTBEAT. Blessings to you today!

  2. And thank you for visiting my blog! I very much enjoyed In Every Heart Beat! Thank you for commenting, it was great to hear from you!