Drawn from Darkness : Hearts of Hays

  • by Barbara Goss
  • Narrated by Shawn Zuzek
  • Series: Hearts of Hays
  • 3 hrs and 34 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Hays, Kansas, 1897. Nellie, a devout Christian, meets Nicholas, a devout womanizer, and sparks fly when their two worlds collide. Nicholas, the rich son of a hotel's owner, can't control his attraction to Nellie, one of the hotel maids. Nicholas pursues, and Nellie retreats. Her own pristine reputation is endangered as a result of Nicholas' undisciplined actions. Nicholas finally pretends to join her world by requesting Bible lessons from her. This ruse may change his life forever. Yet danger surrounds them in the form of a jealous stepbrother.

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Clean Mystery Romance

What did you love best about Drawn from Darkness?

My husband and I share the same account and this is one of my Reads. I liked that it was historical and clean and the cover drew me into the story. I like a happy ending and the mystery inside the novel, kept me wanting to hear what happened next.


What other book might you compare Drawn from Darkness to and why?

Sorry no idea about this one.


Which scene was your favorite?

These are hard to do without giving away the story so stop reading if you don't want a spoiler. I liked the way he got saved and come to know the Lord by reading with her and studying the Bible.


If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

God's divine healing Romance and love the way He intended


Any additional comments?

This is my first book by Barbara Goss but I'm going to listen to some more soon. I love clean novels but those that are filled with Romance are my favorite. This was a great listen and I'm so happy that there are authors out there that put clean works out for us to listen too. Thanks Mrs. Goss

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- Samantha

Told from the heart

The more I read or listen to this series, the more I'm loving the stories. Each one is different in its telling, the common factors are the town, the religious element and the love building between two people.
Yet, to me it seems as if each is told from the heart and this is what I love.
In this particular one we have Nellie and Nicholas falling in love, Nicholas' very jealous and crazy step brother, loving parents and step parents and very supportive friends.
Then we have trust and a bit of a lack of communication between the two main characters and their rebuilding of their trust in this relationship.
Shawn Zuzek has a vey interesting voice and uses it well in his narration of this tale giving us a great combination of story and the telling of it.
I am quite happy to recommend this book and the audio version of it. It was really quite enjoyable.
The audiobook version was provided by the author at no cost and this is my unbiased review.
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- Zena

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-02-2017
  • Publisher: Barbara A. Goss