“Love, Charleston” is the first of Beth Webb Hart’s books that I have read and I am anxious to read her other books. It was an easy read and very compelling story. It was hard to put down, I kept wanting to see what would happen next.
The book contains stories of two separate families whose stories end up winding together. Roy Summerall is a widowed father of a young girl who has been called from his position at a small close knit church to a larger church in Charleston. He is apprehensive at first but ends up turning around the larger church.
Some of the other topics covered in the book are Post partum depression and infidelity. Beth found a way to turn these topics into a very moving story.
I would highly recommend this book as a uplifting story.
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