Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
The connecting thread in these stories is the New York setting and the Christian theme.
If You Please
Natalia Gordeeva was a child when she lost her parents. She was raised by her strong minded Russian aunt. After they move to New York, Natalia is pressured to be a ballerina. She strives to do her best. Her aunt is never happy and pushes Natalia to do anything to damage her career as a ballerina. Natalie finds unconditional love.
Riches of the Heart
Glenna finds it difficult to trust anyone. Her father is a criminal. Her mother deserted her. She has little reason to trust anyone. She is struggling to keep the Maine Mammal Sanctuary open and profitable. She hires an ex-convict and learns about second chances.
Safe in His Arms
Janessa Richards works for a museum, restoring antique paintings. When she places her trust in the wrong person, she ends up in a lot of trouble. She learns to place her trust in God.
Seneca Hearts demonstrates the need for second chances, the need to allow others to help us, and the need to let go of the past. God meets their needs in a way that no human can.
Seneca Hearts is well written. The plots are interesting and flow smoothly. I enjoyed the characters. Fans of Christian romance will enjoy, Seneca Hearts.