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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Heart of the Journey is a work of fiction in the contemporary romance and Christian fiction subgenres and was penned by author Kay Wolfe. The work is intended for the general adult reading audience and features a clean and sweet romance which is a prequel to the Wild Hearts Series. Our protagonist is Chase Hunter, a young man with everything set out for him in life, who finds himself under the thumb of creditors, shadowed by ruin, and traumatized by his time protecting his country in the Special Forces. When he meets Tess, it causes him to face his scars, and work out whether they will ever truly heal.
Author Kay Wolfe has crafted a beautifully romantic work of fiction with plenty of emotional sensitivity, realism, and sweet moments to offer readers. This is not to say that there aren’t serious themes and darker times in the novella, for I personally found Chase’s traumatic story to be very inspiring for all its difficulties. I think there was a wonderful balance of rough and smooth, and that the author always made you feel in safe hands with confident and comforting narration. The dialogue was also very effective, serving to display the unique traits of the characters whilst moving the plot forward in a natural way. Tess is delivered with just as much compassion and realism as Chase and given her own standing in the story too, rather than just being an accessory to it, which is wonderful to see. Overall, I would highly recommend Heart of the Journey to fans of clean romance novellas, heartfelt emotional writing, and for Christian fiction enthusiasts everywhere.