Teach Me to Love

(2 customer reviews)


Can a widow find love in the arms of a man so different from her husband?

With the death of her abusive husband, Izzy Lawson should feel free. Instead, she’s faced with a very difficult choice: Go home or escape to the town of Belle Fourche, to the only friend she has left. Izzy heads toward freedom, clinging to the hope that ranch life will help her heal from her time with a beast. When she agrees to teach Conrad to read, his quiet attention starts to heal her broken heart.

Conrad Oleson is illiterate, a humiliation he tries unsuccessfully to hide from his family. He takes no liking to the idea of his brother’s intervention by way of a pretty teacher coming to call. When Izzy reveals her painful past, he can’t say no. If learning to read brings him closer to her, he’ll do it. But can he teach her he’s ten times the man her husband was?

2 reviews for Teach Me to Love

  1. Patricia Reichardt

    This is a great beginning to this series, I couldn’t stop listening! Izzy Lawson has arrived at the home of her best friend after her horribly abusive husband has died. After living with a man who verbally abused her, she comes with no confidence and feels she will never love again. Conrad Oleson runs the ranch, but his inability to read has made him insecure. When these two meet, there is a spark and from there the story begins. I love the way Kari Trumbo writes. It’s a refreshing listen, with a story developing the characters and giving us a sense of warmth and comfort as it goes on. Her thread of healing through the story is evident and as Izzy and Conrad grow closer, you can feel their love grow and their spirits restore. There are a few twists and turns with ranch business, and Izzy gets caught up in the action.

    With J. Scott Bennett narrating, this story has a calm and soothing effect. His performance is spot on for these spiritually fulfilling stories, and has give us a beautiful listen.

  2. Brooke Ehly

    A refreshing love story that tells you that no matter what your past is, you can overcome it and find your happy. Really liked listening to this book.

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