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Book Review: Through the Fog by Karina Harris

"Jake Holland fears he will never be happy again now that the woman he loves has married another man. In an effort to escape the agony of her nearness, he takes up a new profession, as a sheriff’s deputy. Now he is determined to learn the skills it takes to keep his town, and those he loves, safe from the ever growing threat of lawlessness.
Suzanna Chamberlin is in no hurry to find a husband. She is content to stay in the confines of her loving family and friends. But when Nathan Ford gets hired on to take Jake’s place at the General Store, she begins to rethink her priorities.
Neither is ready for the adventures or danger headed their way. In a wild land filled with even wilder men, will Jake find the strength to protect the town from rustlers and thieves? And when faced with a choice, will Suzanna take the step to find true love or be fooled by charm?" (book description)
I love a good story set in the old west when things were simpler and life was about relationships. People knew how to work hard and build their dreams with their own two hands. As the saying goes, "they were simpler times".
In this book, we watch Jake pine for his lost love and then learn to move on from that to find the love that God had for him all along. I remember in the last book, Elements of Change, when we first met Jake. He was just a bit character in that book, but here we finally find out the story behind Jake Holland and I personally began to love his character. I felt sorry for him when he had to watch the woman he loved marry another man, I cheered for him when he found a way to make life worth living again, and I was very happy for him when life took a turn he never imagined.
The characters were very well thought out, the situations believable, and the era it was set in was accurate from what I could tell. I love the way Karina Harris, the author, puts her heart and soul into her stories.
This, like all the books by Karina Harris, was very worth the read!
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