Review: Finding Love

        `Finding Love` is a contemporary romance ebook by author Toni Shiloh.

        Luke Robinson was attracted to a dead soldier's wife. She was a widow and a mother of twins. Parker Jones wasn't supposed to be on the helicopter that took his life. Instead, Luke Robinson was to be on the helicopter. Now he is trying to make amends to the families that lost their son's that fatal day. It was a quirk of fate that he wasn't one of the fallen soldiers. Although he blames himself for the death of his friends.

        Delaney Jones lost her husband during that fatal accident. She is hesitant to fall in love again, especially to a man in uniform. She has two young twins and spends her time with them. Should she fall in love again or just tend to her twins. There are sparks in the air but Delaney is hesitant.

        This novel is a page-turner. I stayed up late reading, not wanting to come to the end of the novel. I hope there will be more in Toni Shiloh's series: The Maple Run. I recommend this book to fans of contemporary romance.


Toni Shiloh is a wife, mom, and Christian fiction writer. Once she understood the powerful saving grace of the  love of Christ, she was moved to honor her Savior.  She writes soulfully romantic novels to bring Him glory  and to learn more about His goodness. Before pursuing her dream as a writer, Toni served in the United States Air Force. It was there she met her husband. After countless moves, they ended up in Virginia, where they are raising their two boys. When she's not typing in imagination land, Toni enjoys reading, playing video games, ​making jewelry, and  spending time with ​her family. Toni is a member of the American Christian ​Fiction Writers (ACFW) as well as the ACFW Virginia ​Chapter.

Disclaimer: "I was provided a free copy of this ebook. All opinions are my own."
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Sandee said…
Sounds like my kind of read.

Have a blessed day, Michelle. ☺

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