“To Honor and Trust” by Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller was given to me by Bethany House publishers on the condition that I honestly review this book. All opinions are my own.
Callie Deboyer is a governess who travels to Bridal Veil Island to work for the Bridgeport family over the winter. She helps the family greatly with the children’s studies as well as hiring a new nanny.
Wes Townsend moves with his family to Bridal Veil Island, where they continue to pester him about finding a wife as well as working for the family business. Wes desires to do neither, and especially doesn’t want to attend the welcoming party being held in his family’s honor.
Callie, as well, is expected to attend this party, even though she would rather send the new nanny and stay at home with the children. But when her employer and the children’s nanny tell her to go, what will she do? Will Wes have decided to attend as well? Will they meet each other and what will happen between them?
With deceit and plot twists, pulling of the heart and calling of God, this made for a fairly good book. This book was pretty slow moving at the start, but then I became more interested in the plot as well as the characters, and continued reading. It made for a nice read, overall.
As I said before, thank you to Bethany House publishers for letting me read and review this book.