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Friday, November 2, 2012

A Promise of Love By Serena B Miller

Ingrid Larsen arrives in Michigan in 1871 with little more than the clothes on her back and a determination to find her brother, who has disappeared into the dangerous lumber camps. Destitute and barely hanging on to hope, the young Swedish immigrant crosses paths with Joshua Hunter, a newly widowed farmer with eyes the color of the ocean she had crossed and five rambunctious children to raise on his own.

Marriage would solve both of their problems, and Ingrid finds herself proposing in broken English to a man she barely knows. Many difficulties lie ahead--but the hardest battle of all will be winning the heart of her new husband.

 I loved this book ! Ingrid was one character I would have loved to have been friends with.
I loved how She dealt with Josh, and how She was able to get his baby back for him just priceless.
one of those books you wont be able to put down! Thanks Revell for another great read From Ms Miller!


A Love Surrendered By Julie Lessman

Summary:Orphaned in Iowa, Annie Kennedy has moved to Boston and is embracing the city life, with a new name and a wide-open future. When she gets involved with a fast crowd at Ocean Pier--one that includes the handsome Steven O'Connor--she is pulled deeper and deeper into a world of rule breakers and mischief makers. She finds herself drawn to Steven and the whole O'Connor family. But a secret Annie is keeping has the power to destroy her best-laid plans.

Will Steven ever see her as more than a sweet country girl who needs protecting? And will he break her heart when he finds out who she really is?
 My Thoughts:  I found Annie story enjoyable not the best I have read but I think this is because this is the last book in a series.  And I usally like to read books in order. with that said I am giving this book a 3 out of five crowns because it was a cute story and it entertained me. just wasnt my favorite .   Thanks to Revell boosk for the chance to read the book.