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Where Wildflowers Bloom by Ann Shorey--a review

 Where the Wildflowers Bloom is what I call a couch, blanket and a cup of cocoa book. From the first page you want to snuggle under a quilt and read all day--even better if it is a rainy day.
Faith Lindberg dreams of the day Royal Baxter returns, and if he doesn't come home soon she's leaving Nobel Springs, Missouri. She's taking her grandfather and heading west to Oregon--far from the painful memories of family that were killed in the war, or died of disease.

Shorey adds details to the setting in such a way you feel that you are in the Lindberg Mercantile while she dusts the merchandise, and when she walks home at night you can see it. That's it! This book felt like I was watching a moving take place rather than reading it.

Back Cover:
The Civil War stole a father and brother from Faith Lindberg--as well a Royal Baxter, the man she wanted to marry. With only her grandfather left, she dreams of leaving Noble Springs, Missouri, and traveling west to Oregon to start a new life, away form the memories that haunt her.But first she must convince her grandfather to sell the family's mercantile and leave a town their family has called home for generations.

when Royal Baxter suddenly returns, Faith allows herself to hope that she and royal will finally wed. but does he truly love her? Or will another man claim her heart?

I'd love to post a photo of the cover, but I'm still without my computer. Instead I'll leave you a link of where to preorder this charming book.
Where Wildflowers Bloom get it here!

posted by Diana Lesire Brandmeyer

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