Saturday, November 8, 2014

At Bluebonnet Lake, Amanda Cabot

Amanda Cabot has a gift for telling a story rich in details that bring the characters to life. Their story becomes almost apart of your story. The reader is invited to step across time into a place where they have never been and walk roads that are sometimes hard to walk. Her stories are great for cold days snuggle beneath a warm blanket. This is the first of her stories that I have read that are not historical fiction but my hopes were high and I was not in the least disappointed in the results. Kate has a life with fast-paced action, lots of opportunities to climb success ladders and go somewhere. But her grandmother makes a request that Kate can not deny, a request to visit a resort that she and her husband had stayed at years and years ago. Kate is shocked as she arrives at a resort in the middle of no-where. A place where life is slow as the tumble-weed and dull as the dusty ground beneath your feet. That is until the handy-man appears on the scene and sparks start to fly. How will Kate react to this seemingly strange and down home man who threatens to steal her heart with his warmth and smile. Thanks Revell for this review copy.

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