A Heart’s Home by Colleen Coble | Blog Tour and Conversations with Colleen Giveaway

A hidden pregnancy, a promise sure to break hearts, and a tragic loss at Fort Phil Kearny: Don’t miss the gripping conclusion in book six, A Heart’s Home, of Colleen Coble’s A Journey of the Heart series. With the Sioux Wars threatening outside the fort, Emmie’s solemn vow threatens her happiness from within. Will she honor a promise sure to break her heart—and Isaac’s? Or is there another way to find a home for her heart?

Colleen is celebrating the final book release of her A Journey of the Heart series by giving away the entire series and the chance to host Colleen virtually at your book club, local library, or women’s group to talk about the series.


One grand prize winner will receive:

  • Books 1–6 of A Journey of the Heart series
  • A chat with Colleen via Skype or Google Hangout
  • A custom book-club kit PDF, featuring Colleen’s favorite recipes and group discussion questions

Enter today by clicking the icon below. But hurry, the giveaway ends on August 31st. Winner will be announced September 1st on Colleen’s website.



{More about A Heart’s Home}

A Heart’s Home (Thomas Nelson, August 2015)

Emmie’s hope for a life with Isaac is overshadowed by a tragic loss at Fort Phil Kearny.

Isaac Liddle is keen to marry Emmie, and she knows she shouldn’t hide her pregnancy from him any longer. But before she can tell him her secret, a widower friend asks the impossible of Emmie: Will she honor her promise to his dead wife by marrying him to care for the orphaned baby?

With the Sioux Wars threatening outside the fort, Emmie’s solemn vow threatens her happiness from within. Will she honor a promise sure to break her heart—and Isaac’s? Or is there another way to find a home for her heart?

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Colleen Coble

{More About Colleen Coble}

USA Today bestselling author Colleen Coble has written several romantic suspense novels including “Tidewater Inn,” “Rosemary Cottage,” and the Mercy Falls, Lonestar, and Rock Harbor series. Her books have sold more than 3 million copies.

Find out more about Colleen at http://www.colleencoble.com/.



    Books 1-3 follow the story of Sarah and Rand, and books 4-6 follow Emmie Croftner’s story. Sarah, Rand and other main characters are still mentioned though because they live in the same area.

    These books are set in the time period in the 1800s out west when there was uncertainly with English/Indian relationships, death, harsh elements, and disease. The hardships and heart breaks the characters face in this series are realistic and made me sympathize and relate to them.

    Written by EmpowerMoms on September 11, 2015
    Read my full review:https://www.amazon.com/review/R2O1XPJ4JVWX06/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm


    This was book six in the series Journey of the Heart. Through the six books we went from Indiana to Wyoming with Emmie, Sarah, Isaac and Rand. I liked the characters. I also like that the books told of how hard life was back mid 1800’s. The hardships, sickness, the hard work all makes me appreciate what I have today. Good series and I can’t wait to see what happens next!

    Written by Kaisy Daisy’s Corner on September 1, 2015
    Read my full review:https://www.amazon.com/review/R3HY1OWHN6VM4A/ref=pe_1098610_137716200_cm_rv_eml_rv0_rv


    This was the final book in this series. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading all of the books in this series. Colleen Coble is now a favorite author of mine and I look forward to reading more of her work.

    In this series, she takes the reader to a time in our history that I can’t begin to imagine what it was like to live there. Take a moment to think about our country after the Civil War, especially out west.

    I won’t describe what happens in this book because I don’t want to give anything away, however, the author does a terrific job describing the characters and bringing them to life. Her writing cover the spectrum of happy to bittersweet to sad, all in one series. This series also doesn’t just concentrate on one or two characters but several.

    If you are looking for a new author to check out, you really must read this new series by Colleen Coble!

    Thank you to Litfuse for providing us with the complimentary copy of this series for our review.

    Written by Mommy’s Gone Shopping Again on September 1, 2015
    Read my full review:https://www.amazon.com/review/R2SVHYBVOMV0H2/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm


    I am actually sad that this series has ended. For the past 6 months I was able to read a novella a month about Sarah, Rand, Emmie Isaac and other characters and now it is over. I do like how the characters all learn to trust in God throughout all the trials they suffered. Unfortunately, one character didn’t make it, which reminds us how hard it was to survive during this era, especially after childbirth. It is interesting to read how couples met, fell in love and married so quickly until you realize their life span wasn’t as long is it is for us now so there were no long engagements.

    Written by Frugal Shopping and More on August 31, 2015
    Read my full review:https://www.amazon.com/review/R3RCUKSU22R4HO/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm


    I cant believe this series is over!
    I have absolutely loved every single moment. These stories have kept me enthralled and entertained. I have enjoyed keeping up with the characters and what was going on in their lives.

    Written by JoJo’s Corner on August 31, 2015


    We’ve come to Book Six in Colleen Coble’s wonderful series, Journey of the Heart. A Heart’s Home completes our journey with Emmie, Sarah, Isaac and Rand. We’ve traveled with them from the farms of Indiana to the plains of the Wyoming Territory and they’ve all found a place in my heart. When I wrote about Book Five, A Heart’s Promise, I asked Colleen Coble for a sequel. I am eager to know how my beloved friends fared in the next phase of their lives, as they settled the American West. Please, Colleen, don’t disappoint me. I’m eager to keep up with the friends who’ve made a home in my heart.

    Written by Buttercup Counts Her Blessings on August 31, 2015


    A Heart’s Home is the sixth book in this novella series, It would make a really awesome movie! This book really is the ending you wanted to see in this series.

    Written by Our Perfectly Imperfect Life! on August 30, 2015

  • I enjoyed this suspenseful conclusion to the six-part Journey of the Heart series. There was one thing I don’t think was ever resolved and it was a pretty big secret Emmie had. It seemed odd that it was left out as it was a pretty big focus of her story. Overall this was an interesting and pleasant series, but the writing wasn’t up to par with Coble’s later style and the characters didn’t seem very developed.

    Written by Veronica’s ‘Views on August 30, 2015


    I have went back and forth with The Journey of the Heart series. While I like the historical aspects of the story and actually found myself drawn into the series with the first few books, my attention span has started to drift, but when I picked up this book I was anxious to finally see how the characters would end up. I have enjoyed following the characters and connecting to their lives.

    Written by WV Stitcher on August 30, 2015
    Read my full review:https://www.amazon.com/review/RR6U16RIQXYI3/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm


    Colleen Coble wraps up her Journey of the Heart Series with a novella that ties up most loose ends and leaves the main characters in a good place.

    Emmie and Isaac’s relationship was my favorite of the whole series, so I really enjoyed watching them get their happily ever after. I’m also glad that Morning Song, Sarah Campbell’s friend, got her own happy ending. I also appreciated that the hardships of frontier life—death, disease, harsh winters—were not shied away from. Not everyone had a dream ending, and that made this series feel more realistic.

    Written by Christian Chick’s Thoughts on August 30, 2015
    Read my full review:http://www.amazon.com/review/RUMOBTKF51JPQ/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=0718031695


    This is the sixth book and final book in the Journey of the Heart series. I can truthfully say that I have went from not a fan of a min-series to a fan of a mini-series. If you love to read, but do not have much time for reading then this is for you. I love how Colleen has taken each book and even though they are stories in their own right the characters flow and the stories flow together.

    This was the story of Emmie after finding out her deceased husband had betrayed her and she is expecting her first child. Join Colleen Coble as she takes you on the conclusion of Journey of the Heart. Will Emmie be forced to give up the man that she loves to keep a death bed promise to her best friend? What will happen to Emmie and Isaac? Colleen keeps you on the edge of your seat in the finale.

    Written by Caffeinated Christian Raves – N – Reviews on August 30, 2015


    The sixth and final installment of Colleen Coble’s A Journey of the Heart, A Heart’s Home offers a satisfying conclusion to the dramatic yet heartwarming series. Readers who have journeyed through the entire series will not want to miss A Heart’s Home.

    Written by Book by Book on August 30, 2015
    Read my full review: https://www.amazon.com/review/RGR0YBYS9EROX/


    I have thoroughly enjoyed reading this series. Colleen Coble is a masterful story teller. She paints a beautifully vivid picture of life in the Wyoming Territory in the mid 1800’s. This book is no exception. Like all of Colleen’s books, the ending warmed my heart. Everything panned out, just like I knew it would. I loved the conflict between Emmie and Jacob. Colleen always throws a twist in the story you didn’t see coming, and this was certainly no exception. It is absolutely the perfect ending to a fantastic series. Emmie and Sarah both find a home for their fragile, broken hearts. I just love it!

    Written by Faith * Love * Books on August 30, 2015
    Read my full review:https://www.amazon.com/review/R16F408A2KL60P/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=0718031695


    I haven’t enjoyed this series, partly because the beginning of each book has included what turned out to be a plot summary (i.e. detailing what happens at the end) rather than a book description (setting up characters and conflict to entice the reader to read). A Heart’s Home managed not to include the spoilers (yay!), but still didn’t deliver for me.

    Basically, my problems have been the same throughout the whole series. It’s been driven by external conflict to the point it’s crossed the line from drama to melodrama, and this final book was no exception. Emmie is now engaged to Isaac, although she still hasn’t told him her Big Secret, and she’s afraid jealous Jessica will tell him first …

    Written by Iola’s Christian Reads on August 29, 2015
    Read my full review:http://www.amazon.com/review/R19DH850K3GKQK/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=0718031695


    Colleen Coble does it again and ties all the stories together. Each characters stories are interlined with each one. Emmie is expecting her first child. Amelie is a friend to them. What will happen to them. Find out what happens. Gabrielle was born and what will Jacob do?

    Written by Nighttime Reading Center on August 29, 2015
    Read my full review:https://www.amazon.com/review/R1AEMULYQEX0ML/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm


    …Overall I’ve really enjoyed this series….. Really the one thing that I found lacking is I wish scenes and the overall story had been fleshed out even more!…….

    Written by ASC Book Reviews on August 29, 2015


    I was ready for this series to be over. Filled with melodrama, catastrophe after catastrophe and not very engaging characters I did not find this to be one of Ms. Coble’s finer series. One of the only upsides to it is that the books are very short and easy to read. These books have a ton of drama and yet it always seems to work out for the main characters in the end. Some people might find this series enjoyable,but I did not find much merit in it. I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.

    Written by Perfect Beginnings on August 29, 2015


    This was a nice clean finish to the Journey of the Heart series. There were a few pieces of drama thrown in not only for Emmie but also for Isaac. Just when you think all is lost a glimmer of hope is thrown in.

    All in all this is a nice period series where you feel the drama of the times. Misunderstandings between cultures and a heated time of war. Tragedy and loss happen but with God’s grace happiness can be found.

    Written by Homemaking Organized on August 29, 2015


    I loved the first three books in the series, but the last two books weren’t as good, though I still liked them. I wasn’t for sure what to expect from the sixth installment when I started reading it this morning. At around 100 pages, the author creatively wraps up the storyline for all the characters. There are few sad scenes, but in the end there is a satisfying ending. Overall, A Heart’s Home is an emotional ending to a great series.

    Written by Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer on August 28, 2015
    Read my full review:https://www.amazon.com/review/R1RJC7LO2I5VPF/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm


    Coble ends her series amidst Indian skirmishes, death, and new life. But if I may be so bold as to add, how could Coble give us anything other than a happy ending with a series like this? I compare this whole series to a Hallmark movie. We always know it is going to have a happy ending and we may guess a lot of the plot, but we still watch.

    Written by Sunrise Avenue on August 28, 2015
    Read my full review:https://www.amazon.com/review/RY7N8E3NAWBKL/ref=pe_1098610_137716200_cm_rv_eml_rv0_rv


    Emmie Croftner’s story had a promising beginning in book 4, A Heart’s Betrayal. But the story became very predictable and formulaic. The characters are interesting, but don’t have enough development to capture the reader’s imagination. The setting and history is new and fresh, but seems to be just a prop for a romance that just didn’t have enough sizzle. The whole series could have been so much more. Other readers liked the book. Make sure to check out the reviews of A Heart’s Home on Amazon to decide for yourself — 60% give it a 5-star rating.

    Written by By The Book on August 28, 2015
    Read my full review:http://www.amazon.com/review/R28KK67HMTNUPH/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=0718031695


    Colleen kept us going right up to the end and it was so good to see what happened, especially with the babies. That line of the story really tugged at my heart! It was such a joy to see each of the characters trusting God and learning to lean on Him. Trust me, this will keep your attention all the way through and you will want to go back and read all six novellas as one whole book. It would be worth it too!

    Written by The Minister’s Wife on August 28, 2015
    Read my full review:https://www.amazon.com/review/R2M7XPKUCTRXHQ/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm


    I enjoyed A Heart’s Home very much, and was sad that the series was over. This book was definitely my favorite one of the six in the Journey of the Heart series.I thought Colleen Coble did an excellent job wrapping up all the story lines in the book.

    Written by The Loose Screw on August 27, 2015

  • This book was the six in ‘The Journey to the Heart Series’. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading each and everyone of them. The characters were great and I felt that I really got to know them. This series was well written and I would have preferred to read it all at once, instead of six smaller books. Overall, it was a great series and I can’t wait to read more from Colleen Coble!

    Written by krystlbears Corner on August 25, 201


    This was a rather underwhelming end to this series. There was actually a lot of drama in this installment for such a short book. However, the characters weren’t engaging and I didn’t feel any connection to them. It was like watching pieces moving around a game board. I did not like the situation with Jake and the way he and Isaac seemed to feel like they had the right to decide Emmie’s fate without consulting her at all. I never really got a feel for Isaac and Emmie’s relationship beyond, you’re single, I’m single. Let’s get married! Sure we barely know each other, but eh, who cares? Details. The whole promise to Amelia and Jake actually taking it seriously was rather bizarre and hard to take seriously. There were also so many pregnancies and babies/toddlers in this one that I lost count. I mean I know these ladies wouldn’t have had modern birth control, but honestly. They’re in the middle of a war zone. I’m not sure it’s prudent or historically accurate to have them pregnant all the time. With all that went on, we still never got to see Emmie tell Isaac her big secret. We really didn’t get to see them interact much at all. This book is worth reading if you’ve been following the series, because it wraps everything up. But it wasn’t the best of the series.

    Written by Wandering the Pages on August 23, 2015


    Having read all six books in this novella series, I feel that A Heart’s Home is a good and fitting finale to the ongoing story of the lives of Rand, Sarah, Jacob, Amelia, Isaac, and Emmie. There are heartbreaking moments in this book and quite a few emotional highs and lows. But, I enjoyed this story from start to finish and liked the way everything worked out by the end of the novella.

    I definitely recommend reading the entire series in order or the reader will be left with some questions, or just perhaps a sense that they are not as connected to the characters as they could be. I felt like I went on quite a journey with these characters from novellas one through six. It was an interesting peek back into history.

    Written by Britt Reads Fiction on August 23, 2015
    Read my full review:https://www.amazon.com/review/R3B0IR39GNC0FJ/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm


    This is the sixth and final book of the “Journey of the Heart” series. While this book can stand alone as a lovely little short story, you really do need to read the five previous books to understand who all the characters are and their background story.

    Emmie is very excited about her upcoming marriage to the man she loves, Isaac. She had been married before to a man who deceived her and, after his death, all these deceptions come to light. This is why she is at the Fort in Wyoming with her friends Sarah and Amelia. She needed to get away from her town where the gossip about her was running rampant.

    Amelia has just had her baby when the story opens and Sarah and Emmie are pregnant with theirs. In book five, Emmie has promised Amelia that if anything happens to her while she is in child birth, that she will marry her husband, Jake. She made this promise long before she fell in love with Isaac and promised to marry him. When Amelia falls ill and then passes away, Emmie realizes that she must honor her promise and Jake is going to hold her to it for the sake of his child.

    The Indian up-rises get worse and worse with the loss of many men at the Fort and it leaves everyone unsettled. They realize they must get reinforcements and Isaac volunteers, as well as a mountain man, to get to Fort Laramie to ask for help. Isaac gets lost in the blizzard and he is feared dead.

    This was a satisfying book to the ending of this series of books. It’s a very quick read and it will hold your attention to the end. I enjoyed it immensely. I give this book 5 out of 5 stars.

    Written by Julie – More of Him on August 22, 2015
    Read my full review:http://www.amazon.com/review/R2QRBHSDWEXT1L/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=0718031695


    I have really enjoyed Colleen Coble’s A Journey of the Heart series and was a little sad to have it end as I loved this series and all of the characters. I really liked the ending though and the character development throughout the six novellas. Sarah and Rand faced so many trials in their lives and I loved the characters that were introduced and brought into their lives throughout the series as well especially Emmie who became a favorite of mine in the last two novellas.

    Written by Moments on August 21, 2015
    Read my full review:https://www.amazon.com/review/R2K2HZUJ78U6UN/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm


    This is such a poignant way to end the series, and find myself now wanting to go back and read them all in one sitting. Each of these books feels like a full length novel and the women I’ve gotten to know through each of these books feels like friends and not just characters in the story.

    Written by Reviews From The Heart on August 21, 2015
    Read my full review: http://www.amazon.com/review/R1MRFZ00IWH2Y0


    This is the sixth and final book in this series, and although I wanted to find out the ending, I didn’t want to leave these dear folks. While reading this last edition, my heart was in my throat, so much sadness, and yet there is much to look forward to, with God’s help.
    This is when we find out if Emmie will honor her friends wishes, and if all including Isaac will survive both the Indians and the harsh Wyoming weather. So many babies are on their way here, and with such conditions, and the solution for saving or not letting the Indians get them, made me cringe.
    Pick up this entire series; you will not be disappointed, except that it ends.

    Written by Maureen’s Musings on August 21, 2015
    Read my full review:http://www.amazon.com/review/R34TV7G0TXJ9ER/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=0718031695


    What a wonderful conclusion to the series with adventure, heartbreak, love, joy, and sorrow all rolled into one. From the moment I began reading this series six months ago I hoped that the ending wouldn’t be abrupt and that we as readers would have a glimpse into the future of all the characters I feel I now know. Colleen Coble certainly didn’t disappoint with this!

    Written by Cows and Lasers and Everything in Between on August 20, 2015
    Read my full review: https://www.amazon.com/gp/cdp/member-reviews/?ie=UTF8&ref_=ya_your_reviews&sort_by=MostRecentReview


    OK… I am going to cry!

    I cannot believe this series is OVER! I also can’t believe I almost didn’t read it…

    When I saw the series advertised, I wasn’t sure I would like it at all… but the experience of reading this series is one I will never forget. Yes, there is heartbreak – but that’s life. There is also tremendous joy and love and passion… and compassion!

    Colleen Coble has taken us along on a turbulent, tumultuous ride as we’ve followed Sarah, Amelia and Emmie along this road of life. I must admit I was thrown off a bit when the story focus switched to Emmie, but since Sarah and Amelia are so much a part of her life, we still got to follow their journey…

    Written by J.C.s BookShelf on August 20, 2015
    Read my full review:https://www.amazon.com/review/RIWZ1265EFXS5/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm


    I loved the wrap up of this story and the building as each month’s serial unfolded a different layer of the occupants of the heart ~ those that were trustworthy and those that were not. A good model for following Truth, trusting God’s best for us. I liked how Emmie learned to rely instead of jumping to conclusions and going her own way. She believed and her actions reflected in others being able to think clearly in their decision-making choices. Very good story and this was my very favorite section. Well-written and not without suspense, as daily lives reveal daily.

    Written by Lane Hill House on August 19, 2015
    Read my full review: http://www.amazon.com/review/R872UO2BJ5EL6


    Emmie is pregnant Very few people know The man she loves doesn’t know at all. She wants him to know. Emmie also has another secret One that could destroy many lives forever.

    Promises made, heart’s broken and lives changed forever.

    Colleen Coble brings intrigue, mystery, true love, and love undesired to this fabulous book! A Heart’s Home is the 6th in the Series of “A Journey Of The Heart.”

    This book is not a stand alone book and that to me is it’s only downfall.

    I will miss the characters of this series.

    While Coble does a great job of spreading this series into a these great Novellas, I think that one great book would have been a lot better. but that’s why I write the blogs and she writes the books!!!

    As the Sioux warriors are getting ready to fight, the fort is bustling with activity. Good things and bad.

    As the war is looming, Winter is looming, and everyone knows that they need help at the fort, so Isaac the love of Emmie’s life, that she could never marry, has to make it to the next fort over for reinforcements.

    With Christmas time coming, and the impending birth of her baby, she knows she must tell Isaac.

    But Sarah’s promise threatens to ruin their lives.

    What could be so serious that it would destroy her life forever?

    Go check this serious out to find out what happens in the end. Does help come? Does real love win? Does the fort stand?

    Written by Memawsstuff on August 19, 2015
    Read my full review:http://www.amazon.com/review/R393DJGBGL01G2/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=0718031695


    A Heart’s Home is an emotional conclusion of the Journey of the Heart serialization. Secrets and surprises in the last installment set the stage for this dramatic ending and Emmie and Isaac’s story tugged at my heartstrings. Colleen Coble is a wonderful storyteller and I enjoyed this beautiful journey of the heart!

    Written by Buzzing About Books on August 18, 2015
    Read my full review: http://www.amazon.com/review/R1JEMHEDW1GJ3P


    This is the final book in this six book series. I think it ended well, though a bit predictable. I love the covers on all of these books, I just wish there had been a bit more depth. I think if you sat down and read them back to back, like reading one novel, you would get more out of it. There are two storylines covered and I finally felt like a got into the characters more with these last couple books. Overall, I think I would appreciate one novel more than these multiple short books.

    My favorite characters were Rand and Sarah though Emmie grew on me. The setting is historic and key to these being good.

    I recommend reading these in order and all about the same time( you will want to read them back to back anyway).

    Written by I Hope You Dance on August 18, 2015


    My Thoughts On The Book: I have followed these families throughout the whole series and my only disappointment with this book is that the book ended too soon. It is quick read, around 100 pages and can be easily read in one sitting. I am delighted to have found Colleen Coble’s books, she is a master at developing a story and plot. The reader is drawn into the action before they even realize they are participants too. I cannot wait to read her next book/series. What an amazing writer!

    Written by Karen’s Korner on August 18, 2015
    Read my full review: http://www.amazon.com


    A Heart’s Home was a wonderful way to wrap up the Journey of the Heart series. In this finale, Colleen Coble reunited the reader with some characters we lost along the way. I was curious about the history in some of the conflicts mentioned in the story, and enjoyed learning more about the history of the post-Civil War era. I hope to see more about Morning Song and some of the other side characters from this series. Out of all six books, A Heart’s Home was my absolute favorite!

    Written by Savings in Seconds on August 17, 2015
    Read my full review:https://www.amazon.com/review/R3G40ENYD8FBTI/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm


    Colleen Coble brings her six-book novella series to a satisfying conclusion with A Heart’s Home. While I enjoyed all the books, the second half of this series was my favorite, and Emmie’s situation touched my heart. Coble skillfully portrays the many difficulties and dangers of life on the fort amidst the constant threat from the Sioux, and the constant shadow of death is a sobering reminder of the harsh lives the early settlers experienced, when desperate situations threaten life and love. Don’t miss this book and this series.

    Written by Mocha with Linda on August 17, 2015
    Read my full review:http://www.amazon.com/review/RSMKL0R8OMGZP/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=0718031695


    This is it! This is what the story-line has been building up to these previous two books. You can read this book before you read the other two however I would recommend that you read the others first so as not to deprive yourself of this wonderful plot. Emmie is in love with Isaac and he is in love with her. However Emmie is a widow and she is pregnant however she doesn’t want Isaac to know any of this though she won’t be able to hide it much longer. So she agrees to marry her friend’s husband now that her friend has died in childbirth. Isaac has no idea of what is going on all he knows is that he loves Emmie and would like to marry her. Emmie and Isaac are such a wonderful characters and we get so emotionally involved with them and we want them to get together and we want them to succeed.

    Written by Vic’s Media Room on August 17, 2015
    Read my full review: http://www.amazon.com/review/R2UAG0F0B5CA70


    I loved this entire series! Great novella’s Colleen! Thank you for tying the ending up. I wasn’t sure how this whole series was going to end, but I loved it! Fantastic job! I can’t recommend this series enough. I enjoyed each installment and A Heart’s Home brought characters back that I had wondered if we would find out what had happened with them. Loved this series!

    Written by Running Through The Storms on August 16, 2015
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    A Heart’s Home was a fantastic conclusion to a delightful novella series, Journey of the Heart, from prolific author, Colleen Coble. And I absolutely loved it. Once again we are brought on Emmie’s journey to love, but first she must has to deal with secrets. Does Emmie find love? You will have to pick up the series and find out for yourself, as I don’t do spoilers. The book was quick to read, I finished it in under two hours. Colleen Coble’s writing style is great and it is apparent that much research went into the writing of this book, and she has a wonderful knack of drawing you in to the lives of all the characters and the story line right from the very first pages. I thoroughly enjoyed A Heart’s Home.
    I highly recommend this book and give it a huge thumbs up!

    Written by A Mom After God’s Own Heart on August 15, 2015


    The final installment of the Journey of the Heart series, A Heart’s Home is both poignant and hopeful. New life and death walk side-by-side at Fort Phil Kearny with joy and grief close companions. Emmie and Isaac’s future together is threatened by both secrets and past promises at the same time the fort is threatened by the Sioux.

    With its share of conflict, danger, emotional upheaval, and romance, A Heart’s Home brought the series to a satisfying conclusion. I thought that all the hanging threads were tied up nicely with all my questions answered. My only complaint is that because I am accustomed to the author’s longer novels, I missed the character and relationship development that is impossible in such short books. As I have stated previously, I did enjoy the chance to read Colleen’s very first series that paved the way for all her novels that I have loved over the past several years.

    Written by Daysong Reflections on August 15, 2015
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  • Now that I’ve gotten through the entire series of six very short novels, I have to say that I enjoyed the set.I especially loved Emmie, and she is the focus in this particular book.

    Written by Footprints in the Butter on August 15, 2015


    This book touched my heart more than any of the other’s in this six book series. I was saddened at one point and happy during another. I love it when a story can stir up my emotions.

    In this book, we continue to follow the story of Emmie Croftner and Lieutenant Isaac Liddle at Fort Phil Kearny in the Wyoming Territory. When things look bleak for the two, things tend to get even worse. I loved getting to know these two characters.

    I am a huge Colleen Coble fan and I found it a treat to be able to go back and read her first two books in the form of this six book series.

    I would like to thank Litfuse Publicity and Thomas Nelson for my review copies. I received them for free for my honest review.

    Written by All Things Are Possible on August 15, 2015
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    This is a good ending to the Journey of the Heart series. This was has more action than some of the others and is a very satisfying conclusion to the entire story. While I prefer reading a novel all together, doing so in a series novellas has been fun.

    Written by Book Reviews from an Avid Reader on August 14, 2015
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    The final book in the Journey to the Heart Series really was the conclusion you wanted to see in this series.

    After reading all six books I am happy to say it was a good series. In fact I liked this book the best out of all of them.

    You get the ending you want. A happy ending for everyone? You will have to pick up the series to find out. You are sure to enjoy Coble’s writing style.

    I gave tis book 4 stars. Check out this whole series.

    I was given a copy of this book by the publisher for my honest review.

    Written by The Mary Book Reader on August 12, 2015
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    Overall, a great conclusion to a great series, that brings Wyoming history to life, and I loved how each of the books has a stunning picture on the cover.

    Written by Labor Not in Vain on August 11, 2015

  • This is the final installment of the Journey of the Heart series. I’ll admit (warn) that you’ll need a tissue or two, at least for a couple chapters. It’s another quick read, and a good conclusion to the series.

    Written by Life at Rossmont on August 11, 2015
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    A Heart’s Home is the last fictional book in the Journey of the Heart series.
    Each book, written by author Colleen Coble, is short, easy to read and concise.
    Colleen is adept at opening up the primitive land and its dangers to the reader.
    The books are based in Wyoming Territory, mid 1860’s.

    Written by New Horizon Review on August 11, 2015
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    Well this series went out with a bang. This was the best one of the series. The only bad thing about it is – its the last one!!!!!! I always hate when a good series ends.

    I must admit, I kinda liked these mini books. I knew when I sat down with one I would be able to finish it. Instant gratification! I loved the characters and Colleen did a fantastic job with the personality development. The historical factor was done very well too. I felt like I was transported back in time.

    I thoroughly enjoyed every book in this series.
    If you are a Colleen Coble fan, a fan of Christian fiction, or a fan of historical fiction – you will love these books!

    Thank you so much Litfuse for letting me be a part of this six book series, what a joy it has been!

    Written by Wall-to-wall books on August 11, 2015


    A Heart’s Home by Colleen Coble is the last book in the series. I loved this book because I think the characters in this book are my favorite which is why I loved this book so much.

    Written by The World As I See It on August 11, 2015
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    I think I enjoyed this story the best out of all the books in the serial! It does a wonderful job of bringing to life what it might of been like to live in a fort on the frontier shortly after the Civil War. I love that there are several different couples and that each of their stories are so different. If you enjoy historical stories, or if you are looking for an easy read, then this is a wonderful series for you to pick up!
    I received this book from Litfuse in exchange for my honest review.

    Written by Inklings and Notions on August 10, 2015


    The story is completed, but not in the way I had expected it to in some ways and in other ways it ended happily. I think the author does a wonderful job describing the harshness of life on the plain along with the danger of sicknesses that can end a young life as well as an older one.

    Written by Seeking with All Yur Heart on August 10, 2015
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    A Heart’s Home is book 6 in the Journey of the Heart series. This book has you on the edge of your seat all the way to the end. Colleen Coble is an amazing author and I enjoy reading all of her books. This series has become a favorite of mine, and I hate to see it end so soon. But this book being the last installment in the series, had an epic end! I can’t wait to read Colleen Coble’s next book!

    Written by A Simple Life, really?! on August 10, 2015
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    A HEART’S HOME is the final book in Ms. Coble’s serial series. Originally published by Heartsong Presents when Ms. Coble was a beginning writer, these books show marks of her immaturity as an author.

    I love Ms. Coble’s current contemporary romantic suspense stories and so when these were offered as an ongoing series to review I jumped at them. This book has Emmie madly in love with Isaac and worried how to tell him about her first husband. Such a big deal is mad about it; especially after Jessica arrives in town that (spoiler alert) I was shocked she never told him. Instead, the black moment came in waves of different sorts. One of them I saw coming. The other I didn’t.

    Written by Lighthouse Academy on August 10, 2015
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    What I thought about the book:
    I must admit I am sad to see this series end. It has been fun reading each of the installments this last six months. It was like hearing a new family story each time you opened these books. This story is about Emmie and we find her in a situation which is not common during this time, she must choose what she has to do. Like the rest of this series you can read this book in one sitting. You will find yourself on edge right up until the end wondering what is Emmie going to do and what is happening next. I think this is a good end to the series although I wish it would go on just a little longer.

    What did I think of the cover:
    I liked this cover as it is like looking at a painting from days gone by. Each of these covers have been a work of art.

    Written by Griperang’s Bookmarks on August 8, 2015
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    An action-packed conclusion to this six book continuing series. Almost too rushed for my liking though. It feels like something was lost in the need to edit down the original two books in order to make them into novella length installments. All in all, an intriguing publishing initiative and an interesting glimpse into Colleen Coble’s literary beginnings.

    Written by Best Reads on August 8, 2015
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