- File Size: 621 KB
- Print Length: 354 pages
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- Publisher: Serene Lake Publishing (December 1, 2017)
- Publication Date: December 1, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0771HFVJ4
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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While the main focus of this book is Dixie Pottinger and Dr. Flynn Griffin, there are many other little side stories that let readers catch up with the townsfolk from the first book and meet new characters introduced in this one. I enjoyed each and every story and liked how they all tied in nicely with the main story and didn’t seem out of place. The relationship between Dixie and Dr. Flynn made my heart skip a beat from time to time and I was anxious to see if things would work out for them. I also enjoyed the continuing blossoming romance between Charlotte and Reagan from the first book.
I really like the author’s writing style and how she takes the story from chapter to chapter in a way that makes the book hard to put down. The way the story fluctuates between characters keeps the story fresh and interesting. I love how she has created characters that are extremely easy to like and relate to and want more of. I’m hoping that there are many more books in the series so I can continue to visit and get to know these characters who seem so real. Her descriptions made me feel as if I were there and it was easy to visualize the struggles of the new town.
This is a book that fans of historical fiction are sure to love. While this book stands completely on its own I would recommend reading the books in order. That way you can understand the characters better and you won’t miss out on a really good read. If you’ve never read a book by this author this would be a great introductory series. You won’t be disappointed.
I received a free copy of this book and was not required to write a review. All opinions are mine.
Lynnette Bonner describes the scenery of the town and her characters very well. She shows us the emotional side and sometimes the funny side of them.
Did Dixie hate that she had to tell Dr. Griffin she was a married woman? Did Dixie hate that her husband showed up? Did the Doc wish he didn’t have to be the Doctor for Dixie’s husband? Dixie’s husband had been abusive to her and Dr. Griffin sure doesn’t like that, even if she is married to the man. Can they all have forgiveness in their heart as the Bible teaches? You will have to read this book to find the answers and more.
This is an enjoyable clean historical romance I think you will like.
I was given a complimentary copy of this book by the author but all opinions expressed are my own.
Wow, what a great read! This may be a #2 in the series, but it is very easily read as a standalone.
My favorite character in this book is most definitely...Dr. Griffin AND Kin! Dr. Griffin was the ultimate great guy. He works so hard as a doctor mending anyone who comes his way...even the worst of the worst...and praying his way through the tough situations. Then...Kin...what a kid! <3 Have to read it to find out why! My most disliked character was Steven.
I loved how Bonner showed how these very relatable characters fall hard with difficulties, struggles, and love and then, in the end, we see how Christ is the winner by being the rock the characters go to, flying on eagles wings and hearts full of love because of Him.
I was given an ARC by the author. All thoughts and comments are my own.
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