Faith is believing in something when the outcome seems impossible.
Rachel Walker’s husband left her for another woman, her parents are disappointed in her, and her job as a child psychologist isn’t going well. The only place she feels valued is at Three Hearts Ranch, an equine-assisted therapy center where she volunteers. It’s her safe space from the world.
Until Christopher Adler walks through the barn door.
Chris is the only survivor of the attack that took the lives of the other men in his Humvee in Afghanistan. Several years later, after a string of bad relationships and too much booze, his life changed one cold night when he met God. Now, trying to turn his life around, he seeks help for his PTSD at Three Hearts Ranch. But he wasn’t counting on Rachel Walker—the girl he hurt in high school—to be assigned as his therapist.
Rachel detests Chris, and working together isn’t an option. But then Faith, an abused palomino mare, is brought to the farm. As they try to save her, old feelings resurface. Can their wounds be healed and their hearts restored?
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Healing Faith is a book that had me invested from the very beginning. Full of conflict, pain, forgiveness, hope, and love, I felt the emotions of each character, making them easy to relate to.
Chris is a glaring reminder of everything Rachel wants to and can’t forget, as well as a reminder of God’s amazing grace toward us when we fail. I loved his determination to be the man God called him to be, even in the middle of Rachel’s hostility, and his PTSD.
Rachel is a character with many facets. Locked in the past, yet moving forward, she has a heart for her hurting clients both in her practice and at the ranch where she helps with horse therapy. I love her compassionate heart. No matter how she tries to keep it from extending to Chris.
Faith, both the horse and the conviction, is the catalyst that helps them both overcome their issues and become who they were meant to be.
The side characters helped round out the story and I loved them as much as Chris and Rachel.
I received an ARC from the author and this is my honest review. I highly recommend this book.