Monday, June 6, 2011
SMALL-TOWN MOMS is a two-in-one book.
A DRY CREEK FAMILY by JANET TRONSTAD
A DRY CREEK FAMILY is a sweet romance. Separated from her sisters at an early age, Maegan Shay heads to Dry Creek, Montana to check up on her deceased sister's daughter, Lily. Maegan wants a chance to get to know her niece, and to make sure she's okay. What she doesn't expect to find is Lily's handsome guardian, Clint Parker. With the Lord's help, they can become the family they both long to have.
A MOTHER FOR MULE HOLLOW by DEBRA CLOPTON
I'm not usually surprised when I spot a new book at the store by Debra Clopton because I keep a close watch on her sebsite for upcoming books, excitedly awaiting the next great story. I've read every single MULE HOLLOW book including all of THE MEN OF MULE HOLLOW series. Debra never fails to deliver an amazing, well written, can't-stop-turning-the-page, story.
In A MOTHER FOR MULE HOLLOW, widowed mother Olivia Dancer heads to Mule Hollow, Texas to meet her nephew, Wes for the first time. What she doesn't expect is to find his rude, stubborn father, Gabe McKennon.
Unknown to Gabe and against his wishes, his mother invites Olivia to spend a few weeks with them so she can get to know Wes. Gabe is less then unwelcoming and has no intentions on letting up. That is until he realized Olivia is nothing like Wes' mother.
God has his work cut out for Him to bring an angry and bitter man, and a hurt and lonely widow, together. But as the Bible says, "all things are possible through Him".