At Bluebonnet Lake by Amanda Cabot ~ Review

At Bluebonnet Lake (Texas Crossroads, #1)
Lucie's Review:

Kate Sherwood is on a vacation with her grandmother, Sally to Rainbow's End, a place with no cell service and very limited internet.
Greg Vange is a guest at Rainbow's End, working as a handyman during his stay, he's at a crossroads in his life and he's knows God will guide him to the next step in his life.
Will they find what they are looking for at Rainbow's End?

To be honest when I saw the cover of this book I thought this would be a western romance, but as it turned out that wasn't quite the case. But I still enjoyed it.

I especially liked Kate's grandmother, Sally who found a friend in a widower, named Roy. This was a fun read, with likable characters, and a great setting. The plot was a bit more predictable than I had hoped.

Overall, this was a sweet romance, I loved that Kate and Greg got to know each other before Kate found out about Greg's real job, and how Sally and Roy found each other, Just a really fun read.

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for taking the time to read and review my book. I delighted that you enjoyed it, and I'm especially glad that you liked Sally's role. She was so much fun to write.


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