"As a Christian I found absolutely nothing offensive in this book andwould not hesitate to allow my teenage granddaughter to listen. It was a lovely, tender story that I would not hesitate to recommend to myelderly christian friends and older teenagers." -- Susan Horsnell
About the Author
Other than the obvious, I found myself trying to appreciate what my friend had enjoyed about this book. Yeah, there was the hot guy and beautiful woman, but the book as a whole frustrated me. Why did it take 380 pages for the couple to admit they loved each other? To me, this is where the story began. Much to my sadness, I found this to be the writing norm.
I was determined to find an author who felt as I did. This is how I discovered Kathleen Woodiwiss. Yes! Someone who could tell a story with the two main characters committed to each other before the final pages. Needless to say, she became a favorite soon followed by Diana Gabaldon.
I hope to follow in both of these ladies' examples and combine history and romance throughout the entire story.