Rori Harmon is still struggling with her father's death 20 years ago. She hides out at her animal sanctuary and avoids crowds. When Graham Decker shows up at the sanctuary just in time for a llama to deliver her baby, Rori assumes he is the on call vet.
Graham Decker is surrounded by adoring women, but he is searching for one who likes him for himself and not how big his wallet is. When Rori doesn't recognize him, he is intrigued and doesn't correct her misconception of his job.
When Rori finds out that Graham is really a famous racecar driver, will she run from the spotlight that surrounds him to keep herself safe or will she face her fear to find a future with love?
I really enjoyed reading "Rori's Healing" by Dora Hiers. I really liked both Rori and Graham. They are realistic and I liked their interactions. The only sport I really follow is racecar driving, so it was fun to have the famous athlete be a racecar driver. I found the book easy to read and I liked Dora Hiers "voice". I liked the faith element in the book. It was nice for Graham to stick so closely to his faith and nice to see Rori grow in hers throughout the book. When I saw that "Rori's Healing" was labeled as "Harmon Heritage #1", I was very happy. I am looking forward to reading Burk's and Beck's stories.
I would recommend this book whole heartedly.
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