Wolf Creek Wife by Penny Richards ~ Review

Wolf Creek Wife (Wolf Creek #5)Lucie's Review:

Blythe Granville finds her world turned upside down, when her unwitting marriage to a married man, who runs off with her inheritance, leaves her on the outs with society. She accepts the position as the Wolf Creek schoolteacher. When she comes upon sawmill owner, Will Slade lying on the ground, feverish and unconscious, she brings him in just before the storm hits and nurses him back to health.

Blythe nurses him through the night, doing damage to her already tarnished reputation, and putting her new job at risk.

Will has had his share of heartbreak, and he doesn't want a repeat of his disastrous first marriage. Despite the pressure from the townspeople, he stands firm in his refusal to marry Blythe. Will Blythe and Will let their unfortunate meeting keep them from giving love a chance?

I really liked Blythe and how she handles the various challenging situations that she finds herself facing, with grace and dignity. Her mother proudly stands by her side, through all of it, supporting her and encouraging her along the way.

Blythe and Will are two people who take marriage very seriously and even more so after both of their past disappointments. And I liked their common respect for marriage the commitment to make it work. And the more that they spend time together, they realize how different it is from what they had experienced in the past. And they both turn to God to help them make things work. There is great dialogue between Blythe and Will, as they slowly start to trust one another.

Overall, a wonderful read, I loved Blythe from the very beginning, and cheered for her throughout, and Will slowly won my trust. I loved coming back to Wolf Creek and revisiting old friends.

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