Worth the Wait by Karen Witemeyer

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Worth the Wait by Karen Witemeyer

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Yay!! It was so nice to revisit Harper Station! Do you remember the shop keeper Tori  and her son?? What about Ben the freighter, the one who’s been pretty much trying to woo here since he met her.

Well before she can fully let him into her heart she needs to let go of past hurt. And trust God to help her heal.

I was hoping they would get together from the time they were introduced to us, and I loved watching their journey. My only issue was that this book(well novella) was way to short!! I was able to read it in a day! I can’t wait for the next book in the series.

Description

Benjamin Porter is one of only two men allowed inside the women’s colony of Harper’s Station, Texas. A freighter by trade, he works closely with local shopkeeper, Victoria Adams, to transport the colony’s goods to market. But it is more than profit that keeps him coming back. He’s fallen hard for the shopkeeper and her son. Tori is brave, beautiful, and a savvy entrepreneur–the ideal partner not only for his business but for his life. Too bad she’s under the impression that a man, any man, is the last thing she needs.

Despite Ben’s consistent kindness, Tori continues to hold him at a distance. His towering height and muscular frame, while attractive, are also dangerous. And she’s faced dangerous men in the past and vowed never again.

After Ben convinces Tori to partner with him in a new venture, delivering goods to area farms and ranches, he finally has a chance to woo her in earnest. But when an accident derails his plans, what once was a chance at love may be lost forever.

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