I met Meghan Weyerbacher last year when we did a Summer of ’67 Message, Meal, and a Movie event at her church. I knew she was a blogger who blogged about writing, but at the time, she wasn’t an author. She was just a super sweet woman encouraging other writers to succeed.

A few months later, she had a book release. What? Where’d that come from? We were busy traveling, so I kept up with the release on social media and saw all the raving reviews but didn’t give it too much thought. Next thing I know, she’s writing a new book then getting ready to release it. Two books, in one year? I was impressed and wanted to see it for myself.

I purchased a Kindle copy and settled down Saturday evening to squeeze in a little reading before bed. I mostly read historical fiction, so I figured I’d just kind of skim through Wild Hope, a clean romance. Next thing I know, it’s way later than I intended to stay up, and I’m only halfway through. I went to bed, went to church the next morning, came home, and picked up the book again. I didn’t put it down until I’d finished it.

Wild Hope is a romance, but it’s more. It’s characters dealing with life’s difficult trials and learning to find hope in the midst of the sorrow. It’s individuals struggling to make sense of the twists and turns that life throws our ways. It’s family and friends being there for each other, showing each other that they don’t have to struggle alone.

As a side note, Corrie Wyler, the heroine, is an actress making her living in indie films. The story takes place when Corrie takes a break to take care of family issues, but Meghan did an excellent job of accurately capturing the segments related to her acting career.

If you like contemporary Christian romance, you’re going to love Wild Hope, but even if you don’t normally read the genre, you may still want to check it out. It’s a good read that will keep you hooked through the end.

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Wild Hope on Amazon

About the Author Sharon Wilharm

Christian women’s speaker, Sharon Wilharm, is a ministry leader, podcast host, and female filmmaker whose stories have impacted audiences around the globe. An accomplished storyteller, Sharon draws the audience in with humor, engages them with stories, then ties everything together to bring to light spiritual truths. Her heart’s desire is to encourage women in their walk with the Lord, showing them how to find God’s will for their life through prayer and scripture. “God is the Master Storyteller,” says Sharon. “I love helping women see how God is always at work behind the scenes laying the foundation for the glorious future He has in store for us.” Sharon is a firm believer in the power of prayer and has many stories to share of God working in miraculous ways in her own life as well as those around her. She’s passionate about teaching women how to pray and loves engaging with women in personal prayer. Wherever she goes, she finds herself surrounded by women in need of prayer, and she considers it an honor to pray with women whether they’re friends, family, or complete strangers. Sharon has enjoyed a lifelong fascination with women of the Bible and loves applying the biblical stories to modern situations. She teaches a Women Through the Bible study at her church, applying the S.O.A.P. method of scripture study. She especially enjoys delving into lesser known women and discovering encouraging truths for women of today. She recently launched a new podcast where she works her way through the Bible sharing the stories of All God’s Women.

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