Blog Tour: Her Hidden Hope by Jill Lynn | Review

Blog Tour: Her Hidden Hope by Jill Lynn | Review

Thank you so much to Harlequin Trade Publishing for having me on this tour. I appreciate being considered for these tours and thank you for always thinking of me!

Her Hidden Hope

by Jill Lynn Series: Colorado Grooms #4 Publisher: Love Inspired Release Date: April 21, 2020 Genre: Christian Romance

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Asking for forgiveness is the hardest part. She once trusted him with her heart…but will she ever trust him with the truth? With only two weeks to renovate her family’s Colorado B and B, struggling single mom Addie Ricci can’t turn away help. Especially not when it’s her handsome high school sweetheart, Evan Hawke, who’s offering to pitch in. As they repair the B and B, Addie and Evan also begin rebuilding their relationship…until a secret from their past threatens to bring it all crashing down.

Jill Lynn pens stories filled with humor, faith and happily-ever-after. She’s an ACFW Carol Award-winning author and has a bachelor’s degree in communications from Bethel University. An avid fan of thrift stores, summer and coffee, she lives in Colorado with her husband and two children, who make her laugh on a daily basis. Connect with her at


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Disclaimer: I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Thank you to Harlequin Trade Publishing, Netgalley and Love Inspired for this free copy. All quotes in this review are taken from the Advanced Reader Copy and may change in final publication.

Thank you again so much to Harlequin Trade Publishing for sending this book my way. I am not an expert in Christian Romance novels and I believe this may be my second or third one, but I’m glad that I get a chance to read about how religion could play a part in a romance novel like this.

All in all, while I am not much of a religious person anymore, I feel like the message that I got while reading this novel made me feel happy and hopeful. I like that it didn’t seem like it was preachy or made people feel guilty for not having a strong relationship with God. There’s always the worry that books that have religion involved will do that, but this one didn’t.

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