Friday, August 21, 2015

Divine Charity by Heather Rainier

Publisher: Siren Publishing,Inc.
Date published: June 2014
ISBN: 9781627419543
Contemporary, Menage a Trois

Reviewed by Gabrielle  (

Obtained via publisher

Rating: 4 Hearts


This is another wonderful addition to the stories of Divine Creek. Charity has always loved Ransom and Val but her marriage and love for Justin out weighed her need for more. Always remembering those words that Justin said on that fateful afternoon keeps Charity’s fantasies from coming true. She loves Justin with all her heart and would never jeopardize that love by making Justin feel that he was not good enough for her. He is all she needs. She is happy and loves Justin more every day. Justine knows that their love is strong and he recognizes that nothing could come between them and bringing his best friends Val and Ransome will only complete their family. Now they must figure out a way to get Charity to believe that she can have what she wants without jeopardizing what she has.

So much goes on in this book. Charity and her men have a lot to deal with while they try to figure out just how they fit together. Their love has stayed strong all these years and now they are able to truly show it. The love that Charity and her men is strong and shows in everything that they do.  Each man is special in his own way and their love for Charity strengthens their bond. I adore Charity and her spunk. She doesn’t take anything lying down and enjoys life to the fullest. Charity and her men are wonderful together. So full of love and desire.

Not only do we get to see Charity and her men finally get together but we also get to visit with many other people in Divine. I enjoyed seeing the connection that everyone has and how they are always ready to help each other. There are  some painful moments in this story and some interesting new developments as well. I enjoyed this visit to Divine and cannot wait to return again.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.


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