September 15, 2014
The latest story in the Year of Weddings series is written by Kathryn Springer. A September Bride tells the tale of Annie Price, a young woman, who grow up in foster homes and is simply looking for a place to put down roots and call home.
Annie is asked to move to Red Leaf, Wisconsin to manage a book store, by a friend she meet through an on-line book club. Her friend, Lorena Kent, wants to retire and needs someone to pick up the management of her bookstore.
Annie quickly settles into town. She loves everything about this town, where everyone seems to be so friendly! When Annie meets her friend's son, Jesse Kent; she meets the first person who is suspicious of her motives. Jesse is a local police officer and he just does not trust someone coming right out of the blue and landing in his quiet town!
This is a fun tale as Jesse and Annie quickly get acquainted. You won't believe where they end up at the end of the story!
September 7, 2014
I just finished reading Tried and True, the latest book by Mary Connealy. She is one of my favorite authors and this one did not disappoint!
You meet Kylie in the Idaho territory in 1866, where she is trying to stake a claim on a homestead. She is posing as a man, just like she did to serve in the army during the Civil War. However, this time the land agent, Aaron Masterson, sees through her disguise!
When it appears that some one is trying to run Kylie off her claim, Aaron and Kylie begin to hunt for the culprit. All Kylie can think about is finishing her claim, so she can sell it and move back east! Before she knows it, Kylie begins developing feelings for Aaron. Her plans are quickly going up in smoke!
This is a fun, fast moving tale that will keep you turning page after page. You will not be able to wait for the next book in the series to be published!