Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Love Never Fails

Love Never Fails
(The Homeward Journey #3)
Martha Rogers
ISBN: 978-1621366478
November 2014/304 pages/$14.99

At odds over their beliefs and separated by the war, Molly and Stefan must learn to depend of God.

In book three of the Homeward Journey series, Daniel and Sally Delaney’s daughter Molly finishes school and returns to her home to teach. When old friends of her parents come for a visit with their son, Stefan, Molly is attracted to the young man. Stefan talks about his position in the army and his furlough but keeps his attraction to Molly at bay because of her obvious disdain toward his views on war and weapons. When Stefan leaves to rejoin his regiment, Molly is both relieved and saddened. Can they overcome their differences and find love?

Read an excerpt.


Martha Rogers was born in Texas and lived in Dallas the first 18 years of her life. After graduating from Baylor University she moved to Houston and has been there ever since. Martha is a retired teacher at both secondary and college levels. She and her husband Rex enjoy spending time with their grandchildren and attending football, baseball, and basketball games when one of the grandchildren is playing or performing. Her two great-grandsons are most important right now. Martha loves to cook and experimenting with recipes and enjoys scrapbooking when she has time and isn't on a deadline.


Martha Rogers is a delightful author, and her books are just as charming. This series began with Love Stays True, the love story of her great-grandparents, and now concludes with Love Never Fails. (My review of Love Stays True and an interview with the author is here.) Though this book is purely fictional, Rogers brings the late 1880s to life with her gift for creating authentic scenes and engaging characters. Rogers also expertly portrays the struggles Molly faces as a result of her family's personal experiences as the War Between the States concluded, years before she was even born. Don't miss this heart-warming novel!

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a copy of this book from Martha Rogers and Realms Publishing. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”


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