This story has a heart as big as Texas. It's showcased in the sweet small-town community vibe and in the characters I've come to love. Will, the oldest Callahan brother, is a born fixer. His siblings will tell you that he's plain ol' bossy but really, it's just that he has a heart for service and can't stand to see anyone hurting. The proverbial knight in shining armor riding to Megan's rescue in a worn pickup truck. And her life will definitely never be the same again.
Because something profound happens to Megan on the road heading into Callahan Crossing. A small seed of faith takes root and Will is the cowboy determined to nourish it. Megan's all prickly and wary at first -- and she has good reason for that but Will is one patiently determined cowboy which supplies lots of swoony reading opportunities. Blissful sigh.
A profoundly satisfying conclusion to the series. It reads great as a standalone, but it was so much fun to get more than a glimpse of all my favourites and the author includes a divine epilogue that brings Callahan fans even more happily-ever-after joy.
I enjoyed this third installment in the Callahans of Texas Series the most. Megan was a strong, stubborn, independent young woman caught in an impossible situation and having to rely on others for everything. Will was a wonderful hero, a polite, gentle man with everything, who was so willing to share it all, including his heart, with Megan. The action started from page one. I enjoyed watching Megan's heart soften toward God, and Will, and especially seeing how the loving bond between the Callahan family impacted a young woman from a very dysfunctional family. Well done Sharon Gillenwater.