Review: Love Heals All Pain

Love Heals All Pain

Love Heals All Pain by Melissa Miller

rating: 4 of 5 stars

Rachel Connors has been through a lot in her short life. The last thing she expected was to fall in love with Kyle Landers, a worker on her family’s ranch. Life seems to be perfect as the two become engaged, but tragedy strikes – taking Kyle away from Rachel. Feeling cold and empty, Rachel isn’t sure she can continue on without Kyle, until a miracle happens – she finds out that she’s pregnant with Kyle’s child. Finding a new purpose to live, Rachel dedicates her life to her child’s happiness and well-being. Imagine her surprise when the fates throw Marcus into her path.

Wanting nothing more than to ensure Rachel’s happiness, Marcus convinces her to marry him. Kyle had been gone for a year and it was time for her to move on. Accepting his proposal, Rachel once more finds happiness. Unbeknownst to everyone, Kyle is lying in a hospital in a coma. Upon waking up, the first person he asks for is Rachel, but no one seems to know who she is or where she is. Imagine Kyle’s shock when he finds Rachel engaged to another man.

Rachel has a tough decision to make. She doesn’t want to hurt either man, as she cares deeply about both of them, but there is only one man she will ever truly love – Kyle. Marcus, however, does not take the rejection well and takes off with Rachel’s child to another state. As Rachel and Kyle struggle to locate their missing child, the two of them become closer than ever before.

Love Heals All Pain is full of heartache, joy, sadness, and love. Its twists and turns will keep you on the edge of your seat, waiting to see what happens next. While there are heart-wrenching events that will make you cry, there is an underlying story of hope. And in the end, you will know that love truly does heal all pain.

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Other Titles by Melissa Miller:
Forever Love
Unbreak My Heart

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