Charlotte starts over in Cheyenne, and runs a small dress shop. Charlotte is hiding from the infamous Barron, who believes that she is in possession of stolen goods. Barrett has decided to run for a public office, once Wyoming becomes a state, but in order to promote his image as a family man he needs a wife.
Can Charlotte keep her son, and her heart, safe?
Amanda Cabot has written a wonderfully engaging tale, full of mystery, romance, and many plot twists, that keep the pages turning! I was so happy to read Charlotte's story after reading the first book in the series, though this novel can be completely stand alone.
Ms. Cabot does an excellent job of representing a young Wyoming, before statehood. And I love Ms. Cabot writes about the wonderful state where she resides, and I could tell that she put some time into the research to make sure the facts were accurate.
Overall, and excellent read that I thoroughly enjoyed. The characters were well developed and interacted naturally and realistically. A book that I highly recommend!
“Available January 2013 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.”
I received this book from the publisher in return for an honest review. Thank you!
Lucie -- I was absolutely delighted that you enjoyed Waiting for Spring enough to highly recommend it. Thanks so much for taking the time to read and review my book. And, yes, I did spend a lot of time on research. I'm glad it showed.ReplyDelete