Review: Where Two Hearts Meet



        `Where Two Hearts Meet` is a contemporary romance novel written by author Liz Johson. Author Liz Johnson is also a marketing manager and the author of several novels. `Where Two Hearts Meet` is book two of the Prince Edward Island Dreams series. `The Red Door Inn` is first in this series.  My review for the first book is here.

        The male protagonist, Adam, is a world traveler. He has visited Israel, swam the Dead Sea, and is presently at PEI. The owners, Seth & Marie, of The Red Door Inn, are in danger of losing their inn because of a lack of customers and funds. The female protagonist, Caden, thinks Adam has secretly come to write a column on the inn.

       Just a tidbit, I learned that if you get a bit of egg shell in your egg bowl just wet your finger and stick it near the shell, it will come out.

        Adam did not want to do another report that would put more lives on the line only to be killed by the explosion of a bomb. He is supposed to be on vacation, not writing another report. He called it,  "Manipulation by Patriotism." How could Adam forget his best friend had died because of an article he wrote? How could he forgive himself? As the novel goes on to say`grace frees us from our guilt.` (see page 266) There are no easy answers, but there is grace. Page 280 says, `Because once you realize you've been forgiven, you can forgive yourself.`

        I like Adam's quote to Caden on page 213. "I'm not afraid of messy. I've got plenty of my own. I just like to know that the girl I'm interested in isn't afraid of it either."

        This is one novel I wanted to keep reading. I felt like the characters were my friends. I was sad to see it end. Great news! The third novel in this series comes out summer 2017.

Disclaimer: "I was provided a free copy of this book. All opinions are my own."


Where to Purchase


  • Baker Retail
  • Amazon
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Christianbook.com
  • Resources

    Bio: 
  • Liz Johnson is a full-time marketing specialist for a Nashville-based publisher. She has been a freelance writer and editor for several publications, including CBA Retailers+Resources, Christian Fiction Online magazine, and Storytellers Journal. A member of American Christian Fiction Writers, she is the author of several books, including The Kidnapping of Kenzie Thorn (an ACFW Carol Award finalist) and A Star in the Night, which was part of the New York Times and ECPA bestselling A Log Cabin Christmas Collection. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

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