Anna’s Destiny (Faith Creek Brides, Book 4)

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Anna Hatzidakis has come a long way and suddenly finds herself alone in a land where she has nobody but her young son Taki to care for her. Tragically widowed within weeks of her arrival in America from her homeland in Greece, she is struggling to make ends meet and make a life for her and her boy. But, by chance, she finds a solution, and prays that a new husband will be the answer to her prayers. But will she let go of her guilt and give herself permission to love again having lost her beloved Costa?

Will Ryan is a busy man. He has a farm that he has finally managed to get in good heart and is one of the town deputies. He is gentle and the kind of man who can always be relied upon to help anyone in trouble. When Anna responds to his advertisement for a bride, he knows he must help her – even if it costs him the chance to love again. He prays that if he can make this sweet woman’s life better that he will finally achieve redemption from his own past. But can he really ever forget and forgive himself for what happened to Alice?

2 reviews for Anna’s Destiny (Faith Creek Brides, Book 4)

  1. Patricia Reichardt

    What a pleasure it is to read this book! It’s a true American story of Anna, who has come to America for the American dream. Her story does not start out that way though. After the untimely death of her husband, she finds herself with her young son in a position of poverty. She overhears talk of mail order brides and begins a correspondence with Ryan, who is looking for a partner. But will this match end up in a marriage? Will going to Faith Creek resolve her problems? Will she find her second chance at happiness? I loved this story. I loved Ryan and the way he was, getting his life and farm together and the realization he wanted more. I love Anna and her bravery to take the chance and move with her son. This is a story that makes history what it is.

    Alan Taylor continually gives a beautiful rendition to this series. His voice has come to be the Faith Creek characters for me, and I look forward to his narration.

  2. Cindy Nipper

    I loved the narrator for this one! His deep voice was very pleasant to listen to! There were only a few women voices he had to do, but they were all very natural sounding!
    A bit of ethnic flair in this story. Karla tells a story of immigrants who come from Greece, but Anna’s husband dies almost as soon as they arrive in America. I enjoyed the story very much!

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