Books by Robin Lee Hatcher

B+
Belonging

According to the Orphan Train official Website, the trains ran in the United States between 1854 and 1929, placing “an estimated 200,000 orphaned, abandoned, and homeless children.” Felicia Brennan Kristoffersen, the heroine of Hatcher’s novel, is the middle of three Chicago siblings who were ...

B
When Love Blooms

One of the reasons I don’t always like inspirationals is that the spiritual element seems forced, inauthentic, or overdone. In When Love Blooms by Robin Lee Hatcher, this wasn’t the case at all. The religious tones of the book are actually at times more believable than the romance. Emily Harr ...

B
The Shepherd's Voice

I wasn't sure why I agreed to read and review The Shepherd's Voice; after all, I don't normally read inspirationals. But I couldn't resist the chance to look at a book by one of this sub-genre's best-known authors (although she is perhaps more widely known as an Americana author) and I'm glad I did ...

B+
Whispers from Yesterday

"So many regrets, Lord. So many regrets." These words of Sophia Taylor echo through the pages of Whispers from Yesterday, an intricate tale of pain and despair rooted in the past - and the love, faith, and hope that heal the present and change the future. Robin Lee Hatcher boldly, but with great lov ...

C+
Taking Care of the Twins

Don't let my C+ grade put you off; if you're a devoted Robin Lee Hatcher fan, you'll undoubtedly like this book more than I did (even with as silly and misleading a title as the publisher hung on this one). As category reads go, it was better than many and a nice summer diversion, but that's pretty ...

B-
The Forgiving Hour

With a title like The Forgiving Hour , you can easily guess that this is a book about love and forgiveness. In a way, nearly everyone can relate to the subject matter; if you are still speaking to the members of your family, chances are you have had to forgive them at one time or another, and they'v ...

A
Patterns of Love

I'm warning you, Patterns of Love is the worst kind of Romance. What, you say? Why, you ask? To begin with, there's not one arrogant rogue, no heaving bosoms, no dysfunctional lust-crazed step-cousins lurking in the shadows bent on ravaging our feisty heroine, no forced seductions (ok, my favorite k ...