From the very beginning of Waiting for You, I saw myself in Karise and bonded with her. She was real. She felt like an actual person, and I think that says a lot about Heather Huffman's writing. Whenever you can inject humanity into your stories, you've done everything right.
There was a certain something that sets Waiting for You apart. I don't think I could readily supply what that element is. Perhaps it's the characters that seem so real. Perhaps it's my bond with Karise. Perhaps it's the way that Heather Huffman effortlessly blends everything together. Or perhaps it's just Waiting for You as a whole. If you have a soft spot for contemporary romance, I cannot recommend Waiting for You enough. Kristen at Pretty Little Pages
As an avid Heather Huffman reader, I have been known to lurk about her Facebook page hoping to read the magic words: My new book is releasing on ...........
I absolutely enjoyed this book. Taking a break from her usual cause-driven books, Heather has written a delightful, can't-put-down book, but still manages to incorporate pieces of herself into this book - the tales of Aiden's goats!
It is so well-written that I felt that I was actually watching the book as a movie. I could "see" in my mind the guesthouse, the exploded coffee machine, Aiden's house and the goats in the pastures. Sadly, I am now back to lurking as to when the next book is appearing. Alison - Amazon
It takes a lot to top a Heather Huffman book for me, namely, another Heather Huffman novel! This one quickly became my favorite, from happy, goofy goats to sweet moments with an Irish hunk. This book is a departure from Huffman's usual cause-driven book, lighthearted and sweet, but still emotional and perfectly written. You won't be disappointed by this one!! R. Brannen - Amazon
About the Author
Heather Huffman calls the beautiful Missouri Ozarks home. When not writing, this homesteading mother is busy raising three boys or tending the family’s myriad of animals, which includes alpacas, goats, chickens and ducks. Huffman’s optimistic and somewhat quirky view of life often finds its way into her novels. Heather is the author of Throwaway, Ties that Bind, Jailbird, Suddenly a Spy, Ring of Fire, Tumbleweed, Devil in Disguise, Roses in Ecuador and Fool’s Game. You can find out more about her family’s adventures as they strive to live off the land, as well as her writing and charitable work on http://www.heatherhuffman.net.