Healing Their Hearts Review and Giveaway!

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Welcome to the Blog Tour for Healing Their Hearts, on tour with Prism Book Tours!


Healing Their Hearts (Faith to Love, #6)

By Cleopatra Margot

Christian Contemporary Romance

Paperback & ebook,

302 Pages

June 21, 2020

After spring’s many trials, Knox County Sheriff Liam McKay is ready for a season of restoration. He needs time to grieve the loss of his grandmother and work on becoming a better husband and father. Liam learned the hard way that life is fragile, and he doesn’t want to miss out on any precious moments.

Emma McKay loves her role as a wife and mother. After she lost her parents, the McKay family became her saving grace. Being married to a police officer brings both challenges and adventures into her life, though, and when something hits on a more personal level, will her past be brought into the light?

Officer Mark MacLaughlin is motivated by two things: his family and his job. Add a beautiful stranger to the mix, and Mark can’t help but want to get to know her better. But when he takes on fatherhood for a three-year-old girl, he has to learn how to blur the lines between his personal and professional life too.

Evangeline Taylor was on the way to confront her past, until her plans came to a grinding halt. Now injured and stranded in a tiny Nebraska town, Eva’s heart opens up. The town, the people, and maybe one handsome police officer in particular help her to heal…but will they be enough to make her stay?

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If you’re looking for a sweet story that makes you smile, and brings hope, then this is the book for you. All the characters are relatable, and I felt as if I could become friends with any of them. Even the town itself was one I could find myself either visiting, or possibly even living there!

The one drawback of the story for me was the differing POV’s. The author does make mention of this in the very beginning, before you even start the story, and I appreciate that. Sometimes I can read a book with several POVs, and sometimes I just find that I cannot get into it. While I did like seeing the different story lines, it took me a while to sort of put all the characters together, and remember how they all intertwined, and I think that took away from the story a little bit. However, I do know that some people love seeing lots of POVs, so if you are that type of reader then I think you will really enjoy it. Or perhaps you’ll just pick up on these things faster then me.

That being said, I did still like the book. Those looking for a feel-good story are going to feel the same way. Margot offers authentic characters, who honestly I would like to see more of in the future. Perhaps a book for each POV in the future!?

I received a complimentary copy of this book. I was not required to write a favorable review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.


Cleopatra Margot resides with her family and their golden retriever in small town, rural Nebraska. Inspiration for her novels comes from both real life + fictional characters and storylines in her brain. The town of Believe is based on her own hometown, but with embellishments. She and her two younger siblings are homeschooled, and enjoy traveling with their parents and the dog. When she’s not writing, Cleopatra enjoys Bible journaling, time with family and friends, playing cards, being outside (when it’s not subfreezing temps), laughing, singing, and enjoying life.

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1 winner will receive a signed paperback copy of Healing Their Hearts by Cleoptatra Margot, a vinyl sticker, bookmark, and free shipping coupon (for a future purchase through the author)

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6 responses to “Healing Their Hearts Review and Giveaway!

  1. Kay Garrett

    Thank you for your review on “Healing Their Hearts” by Cleopatra Margot and bringing this excellent book to my attentions.

    What an uplifting book which is now on my TBR list. I’d love the opportunity to read this one, review it and share with others. I do enjoy reading books with more than one POV. Love the cover!