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It was an easy book to read and difficult to put down. I was extremely disapointed when I finished the book. I felt like I had lost a friend. I hope Marla writes another book real soon. If this is a first book I can't wait to see what her next one will be..Loved it!!
Bobbi Sanders is not bitter at having grown up, one child among many, in a Nebraska orphanage. She truly loved the woman who cared for her over those many years, but she is drawn like a migrating bird to discover the mystery of her parents. When a private detective encourages her to investigate the owner of The Amigo Inn in Denver, Colorado, she has no way to know how that journey will change her life forever. There she will meet the two Hunter brothers who, together, will share her love for a lifetime.
I could tell you how the author Marla Blowers adeptly carries us through the highs and lows of Bobbi Sander's life, but it probably makes more sense to simply say that your heart will go out to this woman who stands like a fortress against the gales of tragedy that batter at not only her life but the lives of her daughter and granddaughter.
From Nebraska to Colorado to California and beyond, this novel will test your emotions while it carries you to a grand and satisfying conclusion.
This book was easy to get into and it held me captive. Blower's characters are very true to life, and you will cheer for them to the very end. She did an awesome job of capturing human emotion on paper. I could feel each of the character's happiness and sorrow. I believe this is Marla Blowers first book and I have to say that I am impressed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is basically about three generations of women. Each generation find discover that they were young and naive about different things. Read morePublished on September 18, 2012 by You can call me Lynn
I'm very troubled by a trend I see in how publishing and reviews work these days. The high reviews for this book that come before mine MUST be due to one of two things, or perhaps... Read morePublished on March 3, 2012 by Darby
Loved this book - hated to put the book down as it was such an interesting story..job well done Marla Blowers!Published on February 4, 2012 by Deb Lange