Monday, November 10, 2014


Title: At Bluebonnet Lake: A Novel (Texas Crossroads)
Author: Amanda Cabot
Publisher: Revell (October 21, 2014)
Pages: 384

As soon as I saw the cover of AT BLUEBONNET LAKE by AMANDA CABOT, there was no question in my mind. I had to have it. The combination of being a fan of books with cowboys in it, and AMANDA CABOT’S writing, is what made it a no-brainier. 

Kate Sherwood’s life is nothing less than fast-paced. When she adventures with her grandmother to Rainbow’s End, a place that is slow-paced, and way behind the times -so not Kate - she has to wonder how she will survive an entire month there.

Greg Vange, the resorts handyman, is not who he appears to be. Not even close. Not that he has any plans of filling the pretty and intriguing Kate in on that tidbit.

Once again, AMANDA CABOT has done a good job in constructing a fine story. I have to admit, her series WESTWARD WINDS remains my favorite thus far. Each book in the series became better and better, with amazing plots, characters, and magnificent writing.


  1. I like the cover of this book, Kym. It has a way about creating interest in learning why the characters are so happy.
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    Have a good Christmas if I don't hear from you sooner.
    Mike Draper

  2. Thanks much, Mike. Hope you have a wonderful Christmas.