Boeshaar opens this My Heart Belongs installment with a surprise encounter that sets a comical tone for the beginning of the book. Moderate- to fast-paced throughout and written in the third-person omniscient point of view, we encounter distrust, deceit, anxiety, faith, revelation, survival, etc. Not only do we follow the main characters, but we see a budding romance between sub characters as well. Recommended to all who love a good romance.
(Jenny Falcone RT Book Reviews
Andrea Boeshaar, who is an historical writer and master storyteller again showcased her many talents in “Lily’s Dilemma.” The book runs the gamut from humor, courage, sacrifice and longing to villainy. It is one which definitely holds the reader’s attention and interest – such as “how can I lay this aside and not finish NOW?” It entertains, encourages and even wishes one were involved to bring justice to the villain. All of Andrea’s books are very, very interesting both in the story line and the historical aspect, as one can never read without learning something new. All kudos to the author for another historical novel who, in telling, makes the people come to life for the reader to thoroughly enjoy.
(Betty Kirby, Avid Reader
Lillyanna Laughlin is holding tightly to her family lands, only to learn her father gambled away all they owned. Captain McAlister “Mac” Albright has purchased some of her land, and despite a poor start, the two are becoming friends. Then Lily is face with an impossible choice.