I thoroughly enjoyed this historical western romance. Levi and Eden were both likable characters, and their personalities were well-developed. The fact that Levi struggled with a lisp and was always trying to find words to substitute for any word containing an "s" made him an even more human and endearing character. It was interesting to get a glimpse into the life and work of a blacksmith, too . . . and I could relate to both characters with my own love of books! I appreciated that this novel did have quite a bit of spiritual content--more than some of the other Christian fiction I've read. I also liked how both Levi and Eden tried to work through their obstacles with God's help, seeking His will above their own. There was also a little subplot/secondary romance between a couple of the other characters, which was fun. All in all, this was a sweet, enjoyable book, and one I'll probably read again!
**Disclosure: I was given a free review copy of this book by the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.